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The public has grown far too pessimistic on the prospects of immigration reform, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells CNBC.
Detroit has reached a settlement with bond insurers over treatment of the city's bankruptcy debt, emergency manager Kevyn Orr told CNBC.
Sen. Marco Rubio, who still owed $100,000 in student loans when he was sworn into office, plans a bill to help others deal with the issue.
Super PACs for and against a Hillary 2016 campaign are already hard at work, even though she has not formally decided to run yet.
President Barack Obama signed two executive orders Tuesday intended to narrow gender pay gap in federal contracting workforce.
Obamacare's controversial fine on people who fail to have health insurance this year may have not been a big motivator for millions of people to sign up.
The Fed is allowing the economy to waste rosources by letting inflation stay too low and unemployment too high, a top official says.
Will the former Florida governor seek the GOP nomination for president in 2016? Why it's not a far-flung idea, POLITICO's Ben White says.
The rule would force banks to fund part of their business through less risky sources such as shareholder equity, rather than by borrowing money.
The Senate passes a bill to restore expired long-term jobless benefits for 2.4 million Americans.
Despite the furor over whether high-frequency trading is "rigging" markets, more regulations aren't needed, said Harvey Pitt, a former SEC chairman.
Although open enrollment ended, hundreds of thousands of people are likely still "in line" to sign up for Obamacare.
The Texas governor is on a high-profile barnstorming tour across the country, trying to lure businesses to the Lone Star State. What it means for 2016.
The Justice Department is investigating high-speed trading for possible insider trading, Attorney General Eric Holder tells lawmakers.
Democrats badly needed a blockbuster jobs report Friday to help them with the midterm elections. They didn't get it, POLITICO's Ben White says.
At least 3 million more people were enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP programs by the end of February than before the beginning of Obamcare sign-ups.
The Fed must ensure its forward guidance is flexible enough to allow it to respond to changing conditions, a top Fed official said.
People "in line" to enroll in Obamacare, but who were unable to do so because of tech problems, will need to finish by April 15.
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.