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Boston Marathon bomber fighting to keep $4,000 prison canteen account

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is contesting federal prosecutors' efforts to seize the thousands of dollars he has accumulated in his prison canteen account.

Tax refunds are not free money: Rachel Cruze

'The Ramsey Show' co-host Rachel Cruze urges Americans to stay away from credit cards, gives financial advice to young people and discusses her new book 'I'm Glad For Where I Am' during 'The Big Money Show.'

Personal Finance

Rising number of workers?depend on side jobs

More and more Americans, particularly younger Americans, rely on side hustles to pay their bills.

Politics

Stuart Varney: Liz Truss warned Trump the deep state is waiting

FOX Business' Stuart Varney discussed a Wall Street Journal op-ed by former British PM Liz Truss warning Trump about the deep state if he's re-elected.

Economy

Biden must stop inflation denial and quit doing dumb things

Denial is almost a Biden policy when it comes to inflation. And inflation has been in the danger zone for 36 straight months and went up again in March. It's time to address it.

Rep. Lance Gooden blasts ‘Biden supporter’ judge in Trump case

Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, weighs in on Biden and Schumer pushing for aid to Ukraine, Trump's hush money case and New York City's migrant crisis.

Personal Finance

Your Social Security COLA increase could be bigger than expected next year

The Seniors Citizens League estimates that Social Security beneficiaries could receive a 3% cost-of-living adjustment in 2025 as inflation gains steam.

Technology

Illinois woman hits Target with class action lawsuit for collecting biometric data without her consent

An Illinois woman filed a class action lawsuit against Target on accusations the company violated state law by collecting and storing her biometric data without her consent.

Economy

China's Q1 GDP growth surpassed expectations, data shows

China's economy grew faster than it was forecast in the first quarter, data released on Tuesday revealed, as officials attempt to maintain growth.

Economy

US national debt tracker for April 15, 2024: See what American taxpayers (you) owe in real time

The U.S. national debt is climbing at a rapid pace, on track to double over the next three decades amid a rush of spending by President Biden and Congress.

Money

How much of your tax money goes toward servicing the US national debt?

A growing amount of individual personal income taxes is going toward paying down interest costs on the U.S. national debt, according to a new analysis.

Lifestyle

Verizon $100M class-action settlement: How to submit your claim

Eligible Verizon customers have a short amount of time left to claim a portion of the $100 million settlement the wireless carrier reached in a case over administrative charges.

Israel must respond to Iran's attack on its homeland: Sen. John Thune

Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., discusses whether the GOP is united in its support of full military aid to Israel on 'Varney & Co.'?

Stuart Varney: Trump's hush money trial is a 'show' put on by Democrats

'Varney & Co.' Stuart Varney argues Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg brought charges against Trump to interfere in the 2024 presidential election.

The 2024 election picture is becoming 'crystal clear': Vivek Ramaswamy

Former 2024 Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy weighs in on Biden-Trump polling, the push for pre-election debates and Trump's hush money trial beginning Monday.

Money

Still need to file your taxes? Last-minute tips for late filers

Tax season officially comes to an end on Monday, but if you haven't filed your taxes yet, don't worry. Here is everything taxpayers need to know this year.

EV revolution is happening ‘too soon and too fast’: Bob Lutz

Former Chrysler CEO and Chairman Bob Nardelli and Big Three executive Bob Lutz spoke with Fox News Digital about automotive industry implications of a forced transition to electric cars.

Markets

How Roundup lawsuits could give China an edge

Legal fees associated with Bayer's Roundup, a weed-killing product used by farmers and gardeners who want to protect their crops or yards, have cost the company significantly.

Money

Precious metals buyer cashes in on Costco's gold bar rush: 'I consider this savings'

Costco gold buyer Blaine Silverman joined 'The Big Money Show' to discuss why he jumped on the craze and why other investors should consider the precious metal.

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