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

The U.S. War in Afghanistan ended a year ago last month. The 20-year armed conflict was the longest in American history.  The second Iraq War, which officially ended in 2011, was shorter, at eight...
People go to war for many reasons. Independence, religion, territory, and political ideology have been some of the causes soldiers were willing to put their lives on the line for. Many have decided...
While there are many thousands of service members stationed overseas, the vast majority of active-duty military members are stationed in the U.S. Some states are home to just a few hundred active...
North Korea recently tested out its Hwasong-17, which is its most advanced long-range missile in its arsenal. The Hwasong-17 is an intercontinental ballistic missile, a weapon capable crossing vast...
On Jan. 20, 1942, Nazi officials led by SS general Reinhard Heydrich met at a villa in Wannsee, a suburb of Berlin, to decide on a ”permanent solution” to what they called the “Jewish...
The U.S. banned leaded gasoline for cars in 1996 with the Clean Air Act as a way to protect Americans from harmful lead poisoning. Yet tens of thousands of Americans are still exposed to the harmful...
Much has been made recently of the HBO Max decision to pull dozens of titles from its streaming service, including several original series and almost 200 episodes of “Sesame Street.” In a...
The United States is often cited as the richest country on Earth. Digging deeper, the justification for this statement comes from the fact that the U.S. has the largest gross domestic product of any...
President Joe Biden announced on Aug. 24 that the U.S. would forgive up to $10,000 of student loan debt for non-Pell Grant recipients earning less than $125,000 a year. The White House said the move...
The 2022 college football season is rapidly approaching, and fans are starting to get excited. Traditional powerhouses like Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and reigning champions Georgia are all...
Over 700 million people, about one in every ten people on earth, survive on just $1.90 per day or less — the World Bank’s extreme poverty threshold.  This type of poverty tends to...
With the NFL season just around the corner, all 32 teams are in the process of finalizing their rosters. This often means signing key players to long-term big money deals. Los Angeles Chargers safety...
Ford’s sales fell 6.8% to 1.9 million cars last year, third place among all automakers, as Toyota unseated General Motors for first place, ending a 90-year run for GM. (Unfortunately for Ford, it...
Paying attention and driving carefully is important every time drivers get behind the wheel, but it is especially important in work zones, where laborers perform highway construction, maintenance, or...
No country on earth even comes close to the military budget of the United States. In 2021, the United States Department of Defense spent more than $750 billion — more than triple that of China,...