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Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, tells CNBC that nobody involved in the Greek debt standoff knows what they are doing.
The U.S. is creating a new agency to monitor cybersecurity threats, pooling and analyzing information on a spectrum of diffuse risks.
A judge's ruling threatens a plan for Puerto Rico to avert financial catastrophe, and that could pose big problems for hedge funds. The NYT reports.
Labor leaders say the governor's executive order is aimed at shrinking union membership and diminishing labor's power. The NYT reports.
The president's request for authority to use military force against the Islamic State had been expected for some time.
The Fed could be hamstrung in any future crisis if the US deepens its oversight of the central bank, Fed governor Jerome Powell says.
The University of California Student Association passed a resolution urging the system to divest from corporations that work with the U.S.
President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel reaffirm sanctions until Moscow complies with international law.
The U.S. economy has achieved sustainable growth, but wages remain a problem, the Treasury secretary told CNBC in an exclusive interview.
Former Rep. Ron Paul says forcing parents to get kids vaccinated is extremely dangerous. Here's why.
Germany's leader said ending arms to help Ukraine fight pro-Russian separatists would not solve the crisis, drawing rebukes from U.S. politicians.
John Whitehead, a former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs who helped make it a top-tier Wall Street firm, has died.
Federal Reserve officials characterized Sen. Rand Paul's "Audit the Fed" bill as misguided and politicized in interviews with The Hill.
The jobs report has Republicans scrambling for a new angle to attack the economy under President Barack Obama, Politico's Ben White says.
Dennis Lockhart said he thinks the US economy continues to grow strongly enough to justify an initial interest rate hike later this year.
The U.S. would look just like Europe today had the country followed Republican calls for austerity after the financial crisis, Rep. Chris Van Hollen tells CNBC.
The Philly Fed president tells CNBC he'd argue for raising interest rates sooner rather than later, especially after the strong January jobs report.
The Fed is right to hold off on raising U.S. interest rates for now so as not to risk a further and economically costly drop in already low inflation.
President Obama's cybersecurity adviser said he was concerned about a data breach at health insurer Anthem that has affected up to 80 million people.
Tom Wheeler will seek to ban cable companies from throttling access to certain kinds of broadband data and seeking payments to prioritize content.