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Workers and merchants in Ferguson wonder whether their businesses can survive the terrible toll — and the fear of possible uprisings to come.
Second amendment lovers sent gun sales surging on Black Friday, with a report saying the FBI processed a record number of requests.
Major U.S. corporations have broadly supported President Barack Obama's healthcare reform despite concerns over several of its elements - until now.
Less than a month into Obamacare's second open-enrollment season, HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell says "we're off to a solid start."
The day after rioters broke seven large windows in his St. Louis restaurant, David Bailey said he is trying to make the best of a bad situation.
Grand jury chooses not to indict police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager, sparking off an angry response, NBC reports.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren misunderstands the Burger King-Tim Hortons inversion deal, Andrew Ross Sorkin says.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down under pressure, the first Cabinet-level casualty of the November elections.
The president's move on immigration scrambled the calculus for how Congress avoids a government shutdown, Politico's Ben White says.
Obama's executive actions on immigration don't focus on a key start-up problem: Few skilled workers. Why innovators are bypassing the U.S.
Investigators told congressional staff late Friday that they have recovered up to 30,000 emails to and from Lois Lerner.
A number of states have been releasing enrollment information for their Obamacare markets, but HealthCare.gov hasn't.
Obama’s failure to address the high-skilled visa problem is a huge mistake, says Larry Kudlow.
Average deductibles for the most popular Obamacare plans aren't growing much in 2015, but are still much higher than in employer-based health plans.
House Republicans, after months of threats, sued two Cabinet secretaries over the way the health-care law was implemented.
Tarullo argued that compliance hasn't been stiff enough and that tougher action on the part of the Fed and other regulators was likely needed.
South Carolina Republican Mick Mulvaney criticized Obama's executive actions on immigration, while New Jersey Democrat Bill Pascrell defended the White House.
House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama's new executive actions on immigration "deliberately sabotage" bipartisan efforts.
"That is not how American democracy works," House Speaker John Boehner said in a statement.
Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need already has bipartisan support, the National Venture Capital Association CEO said.
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