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GE Vice Chairman John Rice says public private partnerships can help provide solutions to today's toughest health-care challenges.
President Obama will announce changes to U.S. hostage policies on Wednesday, the NYT reports.
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the $1.7B subsidy program, but very little is known about the actual recipients.
The Federal Communications Commission advances a proposal that would allow the government to subsidize broadband for low-income Americans.
Dick Bove says one major impact of the Fed's actions on monetary policy is hardly ever discussed. He reveals it here.
TPP will create jobs, not destroy them. Dems need to back the president and support free trade, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
The system is failing for millions of working Americans who can't feed their families, says FEED founder Lauren Bush Lauren.
Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute, debate the best way to implement entitlement reform, including reshaping social security.
Hillary Clinton brings experience and party dominance to her White House bid, but there are hurdles ahead, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
Tech competitors have converged on New Mexico to help the developing world——and maybe drought-stricken California.
CNBC contributor Carol Roth says it doesn't address the problems faced by youth in America.
Except for some final votes the Senate still needs to take, the work of the 113th Congress has come to an end. NBC News reports.
New York City on Monday unveiled a plan to roll out free citywide Wi-Fi that officials say will be the fastest in the world. Re/code reports.
Maria Contreras-Sweet of the U.S. Small Business Administration has been nominated to the CNBC Next List.
A bond measure to fund water projects in California easily passed Tuesday. But what might not be so easy is getting relief from the state's drought.
There's a world of difference between Americans and the rest of the planet on the question of the government paying for health insurance.
The financially strapped USPS paid two years' worth of leasing costs for truck it now cannot locate, and never actually could, The Fiscal Times said.
High fuel subsidies, long the albatross of Indonesia's finances, may get cut sooner than expected if the lame-duck president pre-empts his successor.
The White House is conducting a review of programs that have equipped local police departments with military gear from the Pentagon.
The way Congress sees it, higher profits will generate higher corporate tax bills, which will help pay to fix America's crumbling highways.