Foreign ministers meeting in Geneva agreed "initial concrete steps" to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine, they said in a joint statement.» Read More
Obamacare aside, former Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., tells CNBC he has a simple solution to rising health-care costs.
The history of federal health care is a tale of the hazards of presenting changes to consumers who might not want them. Take the 1989 Medicare law. The New York Times reports.
The Fed is considering a delay in the compliance date for the Volcker regulation, giving banks additional time to conform. The FT reports.
Interest rate swaps - sold as a way to save money on public financing - have turned into municipal bombs.
Critics of the former Treasury secretary's move to private equity fail to pinpoint what he is doing that's so bad, writes POLITICO's Ben White.
The Do Not Track Act of 2013 introduced in Congress last week would make it easier for parents to protect their teens in the mobile media environment.
Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has taken a job as president of the private equity firm Warburg Pincus.
The insurance commissioner of Washington DC was fired a day after criticizing the president's plan to fix "Obamacare," the Washington Post reported.
Republicans say they are emboldened by Obama's reversal and the Democrats' scramble for cover on canceled insurance plans.
The risks mount for the president as his approval ratings plunge and support among Congressional Democrats may wane.
President Obama's announcement that health insurance companies don't have to cancel policies will not drastically affect the overall plan. NBC News.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that the health care website is continuing to be fixed and remained optimistic that the number of Americans enrolling for insurance through the marketplaces will increase.
Obamacare "is a mess … and it continues to get messier," California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom said on "The Kudlow Report."
President Obama's administrative fix for health insurance cancellations seems simple enough. But for the insurance industry, it's anything but easy.
President Obama said Thursday he 'heard loud and clear' the complaints of people who had their policies canceled, and said an administrative fix would help.
A senior Democratic source told NBC News that Obama will say people with insurance policies that are being canceled will now be allowed to renew them.
Janet Yellen robustly defended the Fed's bold steps to spur economic growth, calling efforts to boost hiring an "imperative" at a hearing into her nomination.
Janet Yellen said the U.S. economy has regained ground lost to Great Recession, but still needs the Fed's support as unemployment remains too high.
Janet Yellen, Obama's nominee for Federal Reserve chair, will testify before Congress on Thursday.
Janet Yellen's GOP critics want the dovish Fed vice chair to give them a sign that extraordinary monetary measures won't go on forever, said a former Fed economist.
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