The US economy may be in worse shape than it seems.
Rosselló's corruption is just the latest in a string of disasters for Puerto Ricans -- but it also created an opportunity for a stressed community to come together.
Since the Great Recession, most of the nation's rural counties have struggled to recover lost jobs and retain their people.
New research reveals how austerity pushed poor families into debt to pay for basic needs like food, rent and hot water.
It's been a decade since the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, and blacks still haven't fully recovered financially, leaving them unprepared if another recession hits.
Stock markets have plunged in recent months on concerns over Trump's trade war and the possibility of a recession. An economist explains how stocks are like used cars – and lemons.
In the last year, workplace culture faced major upheaval for working women. We at The Conversation put together our reporting on that very topic from 2018.
Financial markets are increasingly worried the US economy is heading for a crash. An economist explains what's got investors spooked.
Over the past 20 years, the number of American households that have grandparents, their kids and their grandkids living under the same roof has nearly doubled.
The odds of foreclosure double for families who send their kids off to college, according to two researchers who say their findings show a need for new ways for Americans pay for higher education.
It's when times are good that the seeds of the next financial crisis are sown.
In giving Dodd-Frank the Botox treatment, Congress misses the point of what's wrong with financial regulation: It's an old mess.
Unaffordable home loans, poor financial advice and unmanageable consumer credit may have serious consequences for many Australians, beyond bankruptcy and debt. Here's what the research says.
The collapse of an obscure corner of the financial market a decade ago foreshadowed the Great Recession. The stock-market swoon in February should offer a similar warning.
Why are people from some states so much healthier than others? Despite what you may hear, it's not just about genetics or poor choices.
Changes in how we're spending our free time is a likely culprit.
Unlike other age groups, 16- to 24-year-olds haven't recovered the job losses they suffered during the Great Recession. Spurring investment and growth are key to getting them back to work.
Food assistance – like SNAP benefits – can have far-ranging impacts on a person's health and well-being.
Republicans are hoping to eliminate or at least defang the only federal agency tasked solely with protecting consumers from financial abuses. What would we miss if they succeed?
Instead, we need to burn the entire system of financial regulation to the ground and replace it with something that supports investing the way it's done today.