The Wyoming Valley West School District sent about 1,000 letters to parents owing money.
Sanders called on fellow Democratic presidential candidates Wednesday to reject donations from health insurance and pharmaceutical companies.
The labor secretary is still defending his role in brokering a plea deal with financial mogul and accused sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. ABC News' Kenneth Moton reports.
Martha Raddatz interviews Rep. Rashida Tlaib on "This Week" about the congresswoman's visit to a border detention facility in Texas and what's next in the immigration debate.
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President Donald Trump is receiving mixed reviews for his stewardship of the U.S. economy, even as Americans feel increasingly good about how things are going (July 1)
Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping have hit the reset button in trade talks between the world's two biggest economies, at least delaying an escalation in tension that had financial markets on edge and cast a cloud over the global economy. (June 29)
Facebook is updating its terms of service to clarify how it makes money from its users' personal data. The changes reflect ongoing attempts to satisfy U.S. and European regulators who want users to understand what they are signing up for. (June 27)
Ten Democratic presidential candidates tussled in the opening debate of the 2020 campaign at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. (June 27)
It’s been called the Italian "Green Gold Rush.” Barely there marijuana dubbed “cannabis light” has put Italy on the international weed map. But the industry is getting political and judicial blowback that some fear will nip business in the bud. (June 27)
Country star Justin Moore talks about his wife's business, This Little Piggy, which sells children's clothing in Benton, Arkansas.
Off to Japan's G-20 summit, Donald Trump says "the Mueller thing never stops," reacting to Robert Mueller's expected testimony. Reporters asking about a meeting with Vladimir Putin, Trump replied: "what I say to him is none of your business." (June 26)
Bola Sokunbi, founder of Clever Girl Finance, discusses the plausibility of different candidates' student debt plans.
After President Donald Trump signed an order targeting Iran's supreme leader and associates with additional financial sanctions, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the move will 'lock up literally billions of dollars of assets.' (June 24)
President Donald Trump signs an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions, the latest action the U.S. has taken to pressure Tehran from developing nuclear weapons and supporting militant groups. (June 24)
When Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, marketers jumped at the chance to sell products. They are at it again in 2019, as the 50th anniversary of the giant leap for mankind approaches. (June 24)
In the "This Week" segment "Do You Buy That?" FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver examines what political prediction markets say about Sen. Elizabeth Warren's and Sen. Bernie Sanders' 2020 chances.
The top U.S. trade negotiator says he will meet with his Chinese counterpart to discuss a trade dispute between the world's two biggest economies before a summit next week in Japan between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping of China. (June 19)