Mario Centeno, Portugal's finance minister, says his country needs to communicate its commitment to fiscal consolidation.
A new year brings two huge changes to Social Security in 2016.
Farm and health officials activate emergency plans in the wake of a devastating outbreak last year.
The US spends $80 billion a year on child welfare services, but too much goes to outdated, inefficient models.
This year the healthcare sees double the people under 35 sign up
Its time to take some of the drama out of the data-access process in fighting terrorism, says former Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff.
U.S. Energy Secretary tells CNBC in an interview that use of wind and solar power is set to surge, and it will become less costly.
The oil producing giant faces an annual budget deficit for the first time since 2011.
India's push to attract FDI has scored some wins but infrastructure and red tape are still an issue, business leaders tell CNBC.
Americans will see changed to Social Security and Medicare laws following a new budget law.
Get ready for some big changes to Social Security. Two popular claiming strategies are coming to an end. Here's what you need to know.
Wei Sun, CFO of Chinese e-commerce platform Miyabaobei, says Beijing's decision to scrap its one-child policy will fuel the consumption power of China's middle class.
One key group of Americans is creating unsafe conditions on America's roads, according to a new report.
Anheuser-Busch InBev raised its proposed takeover offer for SABMiller to £43.50 a share on Monday, upping the stakes in a takeover battle to create the world's dominant brewing company, according to people familiar with the latest bid.
Ahead of the CNBC Republican Debate on October 28, John Harwood talks to Mike Huckabee and Sen. Marco Rubio about their position on government entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare.
Medicare Part B premiums for individuals could increase by 52% to $159.30 per month for 7 million enrollees.
Alistair Elliott, chairman of Knight Frank, says governments need to be involved to provide more social, affordable housing.
California was hit hardest by the recession, but the Golden State has come roaring back with a vengeance. Here's the bad news.
Most important factors that financial planners use to help clients figure out when to begin Social Security benefits are key considerations that everyone should make based on new AARP/FPA survey.
States spend billions to attract and retain businesses and jobs, but a new survey finds small-business owners angry about the subsidies.