A girl looks at the Halloween skeletons at a retail store.

Consumers Aren't Scared As Halloween Spending Hits All-Time High

A National Retail Federation survey predicts consumer spending this Halloween will be up nearly $2 billion compared to last year.


1:08U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland.
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Justice Department Announces Fair Lending Initiative

4:27A real estate sign

Are Real Estate Websites Shaping The Housing Market?


Moms Are Picking Up The Slack In The Workforce

0:33Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a House Financial Services Committee hearing.
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Fed Imposes Sweeping New Limits On Policymakers' Investments

The New York Stock Exchange
AP Photo / John Minchillo

Stocks End Higher, Bringing S&P 500 To The Cusp Of A Record


Snail Mail Is About To Get Even Slower

3:32The Game Chest

Experts Warn Now Is The Time To Buy Holiday Gifts

0:24The Procter & Gamble headquarters complex
John Minchillo / AP

Prices Of Procter & Gamble Products Expected To Rise

0:19Advertisement for the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.
Kin Cheung / AP

Bitcoin Shares Hit Record High After Launching Exchange-Traded Fund

1:55A woman stocks shelves with books at a Barnes and Noble bookstore
AP Photo / Brynn Anderson

Tempering Fears Of The Book Shortage

A healthcare worker fills a syringe with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
AP Photo / Lynne Sladky, File

Businesses Nervously Await Fine Print Of Vax-Or-Test Rule

2:28John Deere employees picket outside John Deere Davenport Works
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Labor Unrest Leads To Nationwide Strikes

2:29Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple Unveils Product Updates

In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021 file photo, a GameStop sign is seen above a store, in Urbandale, Iowa.
AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall, File

Gamestop Mania Severely Tested Market System, Regulator Says

1:03Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg
Seth Wenig / AP

Transportation Secretary Warns Supply Chain Issues Could Go Into 2022

2:28Washington Football Team fan cutouts form a Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon during an NFL game
Daniel Kucin Jr. / AP

Breast Cancer Products Bring In Big Money — But To Whom?

A John Deere tractor
Nati Harnik / AP

John Deere Workers On Strike After Failed Contract Negotiations

2:50A now hiring sign sits on a display in a clothing store
David Zalubowski / AP

Unemployment Claims Fall Below 300K For First Time Since March 2020

Southwest passengers wait to check in at Miami International Airport, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, in Miami.
Marta Lavandier / AP

Unsupported ‘Sickout’ Claims Take Flight Amid Southwest Woes

0:20United Airlines employees work at ticket counters.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

United Airlines Pauses Vaccine Mandate For Workers Seeking Exemption

A poster advocating union solidarity hangs from a Costume Designers Guild office building in Burbank, Calif.
Chris Pizzello / AP

Film, TV Workers Union Says Strike To Start Next Week

0:22A Social Security Card
Jenny Kane / AP

Social Security Cost-Of-Living Adjustment Largest In Decades

0:20Amazon campus outside the company headquarters in Seattle
Elaine Thompson / AP

Amazon To Allow Some Employees To Work Remotely Indefinitely

0:25Gas prices are shown at a station in Seattle, Washington.
Ted S. Warren / AP

Gas Prices Surge To 7-Year High

0:28The 2021 Nobel prize for economics is announced.
Claudio Bresciani / TT via AP

3 U.S. University Professors Win Nobel Prize For Economics

0:30A "for sale" sign is displayed outside a home
Gene J. Puskar / AP

Housing Market Starts To Cool

0:21Human resources recruiter speaks during a job fair.
Marta Lavandier / AP

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Fall To 326,000

3:50Woman works on her laptop.

What's Behind The Nation's Gender Wage Gap?

2:49Chef reflects on losing his restaurant

Supply Chain Issues Impact Family-Owned Businesses

0:31A U.S. Postal Service carrier walks his route to deliver the mail
Gene J. Puskar / AP

U.S. Postal Service To Start Slowing Down Mail Delivery Friday