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More than 40 percent of Americans expect no or reduced Social Security benefits in retirement. How to plan for it.
Miami attorney Peter Quinter is optimistic the U.S. and Cuba will re-establish diplomatic ties and said business growth will follow.
The Fed chair predicted moderate growth this year and beyond, explaining that economic headwinds are waning.
Florida faces a budget hole as the Obama administration refuses to give the state all the money it wants for uncompensated hospital costs.
Hedge fund managers are fuming at new political rhetoric against them and their huge paydays.
Janet Yellen is offering a back-to-the-'50s approach to interest rates, says Larry Kudlow. He thinks she's right, though for many wrong reasons.
Cuba has the most potential of any country in the world to flourish given the right vision, says Carlos Gutierrez, who was Commerce secretary under George W. Bush.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells CNBC he's fine with the wealthy doing well, but believes the middle class needs economic protection.
New Jersey governor and possible GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie insists he's been a victim of liberal media bias over Bridgegate.
Federal Reserve officials at their April meeting mostly brushed aside the wobbly start the U.S. economy has had in 2015.
Known as the sherif of Wall Street, Benjamin Lawsky will soon vacate his post as New York's overseer of banking and insurance, NYT reports.
Illinois needs urgent legislative reform to combat its ever-growing debt crisis, and Democrats are holding things up, GOP state Rep. Jeanne Ives says.
As Los Angeles moves to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, a key question now is which other large cities might follow suit and hike pay.
A hike in U.S. interest rates is not likely to be appropriate until early 2016, Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans said on Wednesday.
Her marriage to Nelson Rockefeller soon after both had been divorced raised a political storm and may have cost him the GOP presidential nomination.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC he expects the economy to expand at a quicker pace than in the first quarter, but there are challenges.
Critics of the EPA say there is a reason the agency saw overwhelming support from its public comments, the NYT reports.
Fewer than 250,000 people signed up for a special tax season enrollment period for Obamacare exchanges despite rising fines.
Los Angeles will raise its minimum wage by 2020, as workers in the U.S. rally for higher wages, The New York Times reports.
The GOP has a target-rich environment to go after Hillary Clinton. But will that keep her from the White House? Politico's Ben White takes a look.