Grant Suneson

Grant Suneson is a senior editor at 24/7 Wall St. He was previously a digital content creator at Newsy and a reporter at NPR member station KBIA, where he contributed to their Edward R. Murrow Award-winning coverage. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in journalism.

Grant’s work has been published and referenced in many major outlets such as MSN, USA Today, Yahoo Finance, Detroit Free Press, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Austin American-Statesman, The Tennessean, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Indianapolis Star, The Clarion-Ledger, WSB-TV, Des Moines Register, Asbury Park Press, KMGH-TV, and many others.

Lastest Stories by Grant Suneson

Knowing when to retire as a professional athlete is a difficult decision. (Just ask Tom Brady who announced he was retiring again but this time it was “for good.”) Players must consider...
In late January, the U.S announced it would continue to supply Ukraine with more heavy weapons, this time a number of M1 Abrams tanks, one of the most advanced weapons of its kind. This comes as the...
Many houses that become known as “murder homes” are quickly torn down because of the awful events that took place inside. But a few such homes remain standing and have taken their place as some...
Few characters on television are as compelling as a serial killer. Fueled by some kind of trauma or pathology that makes them kill in ritualistic ways, these twisted murderers have made some of the...
With each new generation, new trends and fashions emerge. Though each style is distinct and memorable, not all hold up equally well over time. (Here, for instance, are some iconic fashion brands that...
Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States, a holiday meant to honor the life of one of, if not the most important figures in the fight for racial equality in this country. Systemic...
There are more than 700 million people on Earth who live in extreme poverty, according to the World Bank. That figure, calculated by the world bank, represents the number of people around the world...
A large share of the massive United States defense budget of more than $750 billion — by far the largest in the world — goes to weaponry. This spending covers not just guns and artillery,...
The United States is frequently referred to as the richest country on earth. The basis for this is the country’s gross domestic product, or GDP. At last count, the U.S. has a GDP of about $23...
Every year, tens of thousands of Americans are killed in car accidents. Auto crashes are one of the leading causes of non-natural death in the United States, and the #1 killer of Americans 1-54 years...
For as long as humans have existed, they have been in conflict. The earliest evidence of two different factions fighting one another to the death dates back at least 4,700 years, and there were...
From family heirlooms to antiques shops to museums, many Americans share an obsession with the extremely old. This includes both man-made artifacts, such as a 130,000-year old piece of jewelry, and...
Though there are large historic homes all across the nation, each state is home to at least one massive estate that towers over the rest. These mansions have thousands, if not tens of thousands, of...
Secret societies have captured the imagination of the public for centuries. Many of these groups are thought to be ancient, mysterious gatherings of powerful men who get together and tip the balance...
Corruption can come in the form of bribery, nepotism, attacks on the press, bureaucratic red tape, inadequate financial disclosure, exploitation of one’s office, and much more. These improper...