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Trump ties undocumented immigrants to sex crimes against children, but he’s not telling the full story
President Trump claimed in a Sunday tweet that thousands of undocumented immigrants in Texas jails had "committed sexual crimes against children."
Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the town in each state with the highest median household income.
The 10 busiest airports in the US include Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Chicago O'Hare, LAX, and DFW International.
Teachers across America are obsessed with Google products — here’s how Apple and Microsoft plan to win them back
The education technology market is expected to hit $43 billion in value by 2019. Google, Apple, and Microsoft are keen to get their piece of the pie.
Amazon is going to hire 50,000 people across its HQ2 cities — but it has at least 10 years to do it, so don’t expect your neighborhood to ...
Despite the 50,000 total jobs Amazon will ultimately bring to its HQ2s, 2019 will bring only 400 hires to Arlington and 700 to Long Island City.
Household staples from Hershey’s chocolate to Crest toothpaste will get more expensive next year, and executives are partially blaming the ̵...
Amazon Prime, General Mills, and Tyson Foods said they increased prices in 2018 due to bottlenecks in trucking. 2019 will bring more price hikes.
Each year Business Insider selects 15 finalists for its Car of the Year competition, ranging from family SUVs to sedans, supercars to EVs.
How GM went from bankrupt and on the brink of death to being one of the world’s best-run car companies
A decade after the financial crisis, General Motors is led by the best management team it's ever had and one of the best C-suites in business. CEO Mary Barra, president Dan Ammann, and vice-president Mark Reuss have overseen the birth of a New GM that's defining the future of transportation.
Truck driver salaries have fallen by as much as 50% since the 1970s — and experts say a little-known law explains why
Truck drivers' salaries have decreased by as much as 50% since the 1970s. Economists say The Motor Carrier Act of 1980 is partially to blame for the devaluation of one of America's most dependable blue collar jobs.
Warehouse workers are finally seeing meaningful pay increases, but many are still forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet
Pay for warehouse workers is going up after years of no increases. Now, the majority of warehouse workers can expect to make at least $12 an hour. It's a step in the right direction, but that increase still doesn't meet the living wage rate.