Violent supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. Wednesday in an apparent attempt to stop Congress from certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election.
President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a mangled U.S. economy – one that never fully healed from the coronavirus and could suffer again as new infections are climbing.
The fate of the United States presidency hung in the balance Wednesday morning, as President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden battled for three familiar battleground states – Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania – that could prove crucial in determining who wins the White House.
Massachusetts residents working at banks, credit unions and mortgage companies have contributed about $57,000 to presidential campaigns in 2020, according to data through Oct. 14 from the Federal Elections Commission.
If their political donations are any guide, the state’s real estate agents, brokers and appraisers are breaking for Joe Biden.
The share of Americans who would be hesitant to move to an area where most people have political views different from their own has increased by 31 percent since June.
If it’s Tuesday, what are you still doing reading this editorial cartoon?
One thing that won’t be on the ballot Tuesday? The housing crisis putting immense pressure on the average homebuyer and renter. And neither presidential candidate’s plan will deliver what’s needed to truly address it.
Stocks are pulling lower Friday, as Wall Street’s first reaction to President Donald Trump’s testing positive for the coronavirus was to retrench.
With the 2020 election drawing near, the real estate community is beginning to evaluate the two contenders for the White House. But many analyses lose sight of democratic issues as they focus exclusively on dollars-and-cents concerns.
The 17th Suffolk primary race between Housing Committee Co-Chairman Rep. Kevin Honan and his progressive challenger, Jordan Meehan, stands out as a battle between to the power and experience of the incumbent versus the ability of a younger progressive rival to secure a win in a district where top issues include affordable housing and tenant protections.
Joe Biden named California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate on Tuesday, making history by selecting the first Black woman to compete on a major party’s presidential ticket and acknowledging the vital role Black voters will play in his bid to defeat President Donald Trump.
At the height of the 2008 economic collapse, then-New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the elimination of a discriminatory housing practice known as “redlining” was responsible for instigating the meltdown.
Former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro, the only Latino in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary race, on Thursday ended his campaign that had pushed the field on immigration and housing.
Elizabeth Warren became a household name thanks to her prescient warning of what became a global financial crisis. Now she’s staking her credentials on another forecast of fiscal trauma ahead. But even economists who like her prescription are skeptical about her diagnosis.
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