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"This is a really tiny, small deal, but it is a step in the right direction," said the former co-chair of President Obama's debt commission.
Ben Bernanke showed something he'd learned from leading the Fed for eight years: Tough news goes down best when mixed with a little sweetener.
Four out of the 15 chiefs of Obamacare exchanges run by states and the District of Columbia have either quit or gone on leave in recent weeks.
The budget compromise expected to pass the Senate includes a provision to limit access to one of the most common vehicles for identity theft.
The Fed needs to get back to "sound money," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan told CNBC on Wednesday.
The U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to approve a compromise budget deal forged in the wake of this fall's government shutdown and debt ceiling crisis.
Individuals who selected plans under the Affordable Care Act by Dec. 23 will have until Jan. 10 to pay and still receive coverage as of Jan. 1.
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it would start to taper its bond-buying program to $75 billion a month.
The economy is ending the year strong and the budget deal will help ease the drag on the economy, top Obama economic advisor Jason Furman tells CNBC.
Costly pensions are being blamed for the financial bind hitting U.S. cities. But bad management played a bigger role, says a new report.
The Internal Revenue Service has been doing business with nearly 1,200 vendors that owe back taxes, including one contractor that owed $525 million.
Several high-level executives at tech and media companies spent most of a White House meeting calling for more transparency in NSA's PRISM program.
The Obama administration has angered media outlets by banning outside cameras during key events, favoring its own photographer instead.
Washington state plans to deter marijuana tourism by limiting supply, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Detroit's bankruptcy recovery begins as a bond insurance firm drops objections to a controversial financing plan to reach agreements with the city.
The White House tapped former Microsoft executive Kurt DelBene to replace Jeff Zients as HealthCare.gov's Mr. Fix-it.
Two U.S. senators are criticizing a federal agency for not booting criminal doctors from a list of approved Medicare providers as required by law.
Wall Street now expects that the Federal Reserve will taper by February, according to the CNBC Fed Survey for December..
U.S. President Barack Obama will meet executives from leading technology companies like Google and Apple on Tuesday.
A federal judge says the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records violates the Constitution's ban on unreasonable searches.
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