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More than $37 million in monthly housing subsidies for needy people ended up in the wrong hands last year. The Fiscal Times reports.
The Health and Human Services Department said it would extend the Obamacare enrollment period and notify 800,000 plan filers who received incorrect subsidy calculations.
The nation's top labor official ratcheted up pressure on the two sides haggling over a new contract for dockworkers at West Coast seaports.
By dissecting the forces underlying middle class income stagnation, President Obama seeks to shape what Washington does about it—now or later.
The White House, in its annual report to Congress, also warns that despite the U.S. relative economic strength, slowdowns abroad still pose dangers at home.
A government advisory committee is recommending the first real limits on added sugars, but it's backing off stricter ones for salt and cholesterol.
Analysts will be looking for continued general resilience in U.S. stocks at the end of this shortened trading week.
When it comes to well-being, Alaska comes in first, says the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. USA Today reports.
"We need aggressive leadership to take the fight to them instead of waiting for it to come to us," possible GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker tells CNBC.
Highlights from President Obama's anti-terror summit, with CNBC's John Harwood.
How the feds are trying to get companies to move faster on cyberthreats.
Experts are casting doubt on how much effect new European Union sanctions will have on Russia's economy.
Policymakers voted in unison last month not to raise interest rates, but the discussions hand-wringing over the course ahead.
Ukrainian government forces have pulled back from a key combat zone, after days of violence in the key area despite a supposed cease-fire.
The first homeland security secretary said Tuesday the U.S. terror risk is higher now than on 9/11, the Fiscal Times reports.
Former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich tells CNBC he's "listening and talking to small business people" about whether to run for president in 2016.
President Obama suggested the European Commission's focus on large U.S. tech firms.
Political scandals tend to be debatable but here's one that both Republicans and Democrats can finally agree on!
A federal judge in Texas has ordered a halt to President Obama's executive actions on immigration and filed a lawsuit, the NYT reports.
Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's, presented one way of helping filter "big money" out of U.S. politics on Tuesday.