According to the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL), 70% of the people who graduated from college in 2016 have student loan debt with an average of $30,000 — and the problem gets worse for communities of color.
The billionaire hopes that the fellowship he's endowed at Tsinghua University in Beijing will help future leaders create a bridge between the U.S. and China.
The retail apocalypse has hollowed out malls across the U.S. And the downward trend has spurred a phenomenon, dubbed “ghost kitchens."
Opioids have hit the U.S. hard over the last decade. In 2007, 18,515 Americans died from an opioid overdose. That number skyrocketed to 47,600 in 2017.
An Oscar win can mean millions for an actor’s bank account with stars on average receiving an additional 60% boost in pay, according to Money Nation.
XFL football returns this weekend for the fist time in 19 years. Commissioner Oliver Luck says it's here to stay.
As health officials worldwide work to contain the coronavirus, a top-ranked U.S. health official says the public should expect more virus outbreaks like it in the coming years.
China’s deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to threaten multi-national companies, as a range of businesses from leisure to retail suffer from the outbreak’s after-effects.
A growing older-age working class population could be one factor keeping wage growth from accelerating further, according to at least one economist.
The angular lines and rakish body, python-like headlights and outrageous, Huracán-like backend said the Urus was extreme, and all Lamborghini.