Four-year low grain prices are turning landowners and tenant farmers against one another in a bid to keep their businesses alive.
U.S. consumer sentiment fell in February, dropping from an 11-year high, a survey released Friday by the University of Michigan shows.
Obama's budget fleshes out proposals from his State of the Union address and highlights Democratic priorities as the 2016 presidential campaign begins.
U.S. consumer spending slipped in December, as the pace of motor vehicle sales slowed and more Americans saved their money.
U.S. economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider trade deficit offset increased consumer spending.
Durable goods orders fell again in December, a potential sign that slowing global growth and falling crude oil prices were starting to weigh on the economy.
The economy was growing at a moderate pace in December and early January, helped by gains in sales of consumer products, a boost in tourism and more.
A gauge of U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in December as demand fell almost across the board, but that is probably not the start of a weak trend.
Holiday sales, cheap gas prices and low interest rates pushed U.S. auto sales to big gains in December, helping the industry close out a strong year.
Despite an early start, sales data provided to the AP show that stores may once again have to rely on procrastinators to save the holiday shopping season.
Manufacturing output recorded its largest increase in nine months in November as production expanded across the board, pointing to strength in the economy.
Gas stations love low prices, too -- and not just because customers are nicer when they are paying less.
A new study suggests that states which allow same-sex marriages gain a strong economic benefit through spending on the event, tourism and tax revenue.
Consumer spending advanced at a brisk clip in November as lower gasoline prices gave the holiday shopping season a boost.
Growing opposition among Democrats and persistent opposition from the tea party Republicans has left a $1 trillion government-wide spending bill teetering.
The federal government's deficit for the first two months of the new budget year falls 21 percent from the same period a year ago in November.
Exposed to the light of day, a year-end, $1.1 trillion spending bill draws both vociferous objections from liberals and milder criticism from conservatives.
U.S. economic growth was far stronger than initially thought in the third quarter, pointing to strengthening fundamentals.
Manufacturing output rose in October, but a third straight month of declines in motor vehicle production suggested some slowdown in factory activity.
The U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly widened in September as exports hit a five-month low, suggesting economic fourth-quarter growth could be undercut.
Consumer spending fell in September for the first time in eight months, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter.
A robust pace of business spending likely buoyed U.S. economic growth in the third quarter, a sign corporate chieftains have confidence in the recovery.
The Fed plans to keep a key interest rate at a record low to support a job market that isn't yet healthy and help lift inflation from unusually low levels.
U.S. consumer confidence rebounded strongly in October, hitting a seven-year high as solid job gains raised expectations for economic growth.
The government says the deficit for the just completed 2014 budget year was $483 billion, the lowest of President Barack Obama's six years in office.