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Obama's approval rating may have hit a new low, but he still attracted big money Democrats at a fundraiser in Manhattan.
The decline in President Obama's popularity has heightened the vulnerability of his fellow Democrats in this fall's congressional elections.
President Obama this week will direct the Labor Department to revamp its regulations to require overtime pay for millions of workers.
Congress's investigation of a deadly defect in some GM cars widened, and a House committee ordered the automaker and a federal regulator to provide details on steps they took to get unsafe cars off the road.
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee said the CIA searched the panel's computers and that the search may have violated the Constitution.
But the White House declined to weigh in on the accuracy of allegations that the CIA may have illegally spied on Senate staff members. This is a link to an NBC News story.
President Obama played straight man to comic Zach Galifianakis, subjecting himself to a bitingly sarcastic interview in order to tout Obamacare.
Total Obamacare enrollments were 4.2 million by the end of February, nearly 2 million less than the White House's goal for the end of March.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission voted Tuesday to ban the direct sale of automobiles in New Jersey, forcing electric-car maker Tesla to use dealers instead.
Detroit looks to emerge as at least a survivor if not a winner from its bankruptcy, with bondholders and municipal borrowers the biggest losers.
Advocates on both sides of the dispute over Obamacare contraception mandate are trying to set the court straight on the science.
The Senate pulled an all-nighter on climate change, but there wasn't much of a debate. Here's why.
Puerto Rico issued a larger-than-expected $3.5 billion of general obligation bonds on Tuesday.
The Obama administration pointed to declining budget deficit and improved housing market as likely factors for economic growth.
Colorado made roughly $2 million in marijuana taxes in January, state revenue officials reported Monday.
Puerto Rico is expected to sell roughly $3 billion in bonds at interest rates considerably lower than many had expected. The NYT reports.
The Philly Fed president is the latest central banker to suggest that weakness in the labor market is only temporary.
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden tells SXSW that his leaks actually improved U.S. security by exposing vulnerabilities.
Congress has already done enough to ensure no big fiscal crisis emerges to throw off the 2014 midterm election, POLITICO's Ben White says.
The Gallup poll finds that 15.9 percent of adults are uninsured thus far in 2014, down from 17.1 percent for the last three months of 2013.
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