Does owning a vacation home make Bernie Sanders a 1-percenter? Probably not; he might be more like a 3.5-percenter.
The latest tax plan from the Republican presidential nominee backs off his earlier call for a no-tax bracket.
Housing is unaffordable for too many people, and government can help, according to the Democratic Party’s platform.
Hillary Clinton this week likely will be championed as an advocate for the underdog consumer. Is that accurate?
The Democratic platform touches on workplace issues, such as the minimum wage and equal pay.
Take a look at where Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s new running mate, stands on consumer issues.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is working on making his tax plan mesh with the GOP’s official party platform. Will changes be revealed at the convention?
Entering the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump’s views on housing policy remain fairly opaque.
The front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination faces challenges that could complicate his run for the White House.
Is the economy as bad as the candidates are saying? What’s the outlook for jobs?