Despite a five-year low in the unemployment rate, the long-term jobless haven't found relief, White House economist Jason Furman tells CNBC.» Read More
Obamacare's deadlines are coming, and here's what you need to know to avoid missing out on insurance options or being financially penalized.
New insurance exchanges, intended to expand health coverage to uninsured Americans, launched Tuesday.
The Senate rejected the House's budget bill, making the shutdown of many agencies at midnight much more likely.
Obama says he's "not at all" resigned to a government shutdown, and he expects to speak to congressional leaders during the day.
In case of the federal government shutdown, investors can expect potential interruptions to financial product approvals and new rules.
The U.S. debt ceiling debate is unlikely to change Standard & Poor's AA+ U.S. sovereign rating, the credit ratings agency said Monday.
There were some signs on Sunday that the House may try and find a last minute solution to keep the federal lights on at least for a few more days.
Tea party icon Karl Denninger said he's done building wealth that ends up contributing to "rampant theft and fraud" in government and the economy.
Here's a comprehensive look at the impact if the federal government really gets shut down.
A huge effort to persuade millions of Americans to buy insurance on Obamacare health exchanges is expanding with Tuesday's opening of enrollment.
Happy Monday. Welcome to the all-shutdown edition of the Morning Six-Pack:
The risk of a delay to Friday's U.S. jobs release as a potential government shutdown looms could deal financial markets a huge blow, analysts say.
Janet Yellen found love at the Fed. She met him at a luncheon in 1977, launching a whirlwind romance that led to marriage in less than a year.
The agency has exploited its data to create sophisticated graphs of some Americans’ social connections.
Here's how services would—or would not—be affected if Congress fails to reach an agreement averting a government shutdown at midnight Monday.
If past is prologue, a looming government shutdown could actually cost U.S. taxpayers money. A lot of money.
Obama said his message to Congress is: Do not shut down the government, do not shut down the economy. He also said he spoke with Iran's president.
If a government shutdown doesn't happen and Republicans move their fight over Obamacare to the debt ceiling, chances of a default crisis will rise.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill to fund the government past Monday, while at the same time preserving funding for Obamacare.
The Obama administration proposed a $300 million aid package to help Detroit demolish buildings, improvement transportation and bolster the police.