While the headlines emphasize the decline in manufacturing jobs in the U.S., looking at the world reveals a different story.
Although the new steel tariff will target just 140,000 workers in the steel industry, its impact will create an economic ripple that will affect millions across the U.S.
Whether we look at a cartoon on women’s “mental load” at home or a recent study on the gender pay gap in Denmark, the problem is the mommy penalty.
With the baseball season soon to start, the econlife team is looking at the money, the players, and even the music in our latest quiz.
Texas and Ohio call the tomato their state fruit. But in New Jersey, it’s the state vegetable. Where are we going? To why people care about what we call a tomato. A Supreme Court Decision Because of the Tariff of…
As our first Throwback Thursday, we look at the present and the past with the 2,000 barrel beer tanks that traveled on the Erie Canal.
Covering 500 or so miles, a made-in-America t-shirt supply chain can be very different from a globally sourced t-shirt that travels more than 15,000 miles.
Deciding whether Snuggies is a blanket or a pullover garment is about more than a name. The outcome decided the protective tariff it would owe.
Like a contentious divorce, Brexit negotiations take us back to an EU exit precedent and forward to untangling countless agreements and regulations.