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You'd think rich donors would be celebrating. But the Supreme Court's decision to lift limits on political giving is making some donors miserable.
Informing people about subsidies to help them buy Obamacare plans, plus some in-person nudging and help, drove enrollment higher.
The U.S. government masterminded the creation of a "Cuban Twitter" — a communications network designed to undermine the communist government in Cuba.
Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein played a leading role in elevating the topic of financial stability in the U.S. central bank's monetary policy.
NASA has been added to the list of U.S government agencies prohibited from contacting Russian government representatives, officials said on Wednesday.
A sense of belonging to the middle class occupies a cherished place in America, but more people are realizing that they're no longer part of it.
The court expanded how much donors can give candidates and parties in federal elections by striking down a key pillar of campaign finance law.
Rep. Diana DeGette tells CNBC that GM CEO Mary Barra dodged basic questions from lawmakers who wanted answers on its massive recall.
In the wake of the GM recall, proposed legislation would require automakers to submit any reports that first alert them to a fatal accident.
President Obama on Tuesday announced that 7.1 million people had enrolled in insurance plans sold on government-run exchanges by the sign-up deadline.
Healthcare.com, by virtue of its domain name, saw record traffic in March due to people thinking it was the Obamacare site healthcare.gov.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara argued the government had gone too easy on corporations in recent years, and that felony charges could be in the offing.
General Motors has hired a disaster response expert who previously assisted with compensation issues related to 9/11 and the Boston Marathon.
When General Motors goes to Capitol Hill, it sees a lot of friendly faces.
The U.S. Congress will try to establish who is to blame for at least 13 auto-related deaths over the past decade, as public hearings are launched on Tuesday on General Motors Co's slow response to defective ignition switches in cars.
President Barack Obama is planning a Rose Garden appearance Tuesday afternoon as sign-ups under his health care law surpassed 7 million.
Hawaii's sinking, while California is soaring when it comes to maximizing federal funds for enrolling people in Obamacare plans.
As "The Kudlow Report" wraps up on CNBC, Larry Kudlow thanks his viewers.
A deluge of health insurance shoppers flooded Obamacare exchanges over the weekend and into Monday, rushing to beat the midnight enrollment deadline.
There is still room for the Federal Reserve to help the economy through its "extraordinary" monetary policy, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
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