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A few people in Chicago appear to have had access to the Fed's decision before anyone else in the Windy City.
President Obama turns to Bill Clinton to help with a final push to extol the benefits of Obamacare before new insurance exchanges go live next week.
New York Fed President Bill Dudley said the decision not to taper quantitative easing was "completely consistent" with guidance the Fed gave in June.
A battle in San Jose, the self-proclaimed capital of Silicon Valley, over benefit cuts could have a ripple effect in California.
Thousands of American workers and businesses could lose if the government shuts down next week, but it might be a boon for some politicians.
Former President George W. Bush says golf is a good outlet for White House pressures and President Obama should not be criticized for playing golf.
The White House has "terribly mishandled" the process of picking the next chair of the Federal Reserve, said Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
Lois Lerner, the Internal Revenue Service official at the center of the agency's tea party scandal, is retiring, the agency confirmed Monday.
Two key tests to taper the Fed's bond-buying program—economic and labor market improvement—have not been met, New York Fed President Bill Dudley said.
With open enrollment for Obamacare about to begin, small and medium-sized businesses are not hiring, said the CEO of nation's fifth largest staffing company.
A solid majority of Americans oppose defunding the new health care law if it means shutting down the government and defaulting on debt.
Defunding Obamacare and a looming government shutdown will be at the center of spats this week between Congressional Democrats and Republicans.
Deep cuts are hitting a federal agency responsible for investigating health-care fraud, meaning fewer probes of crimes that cost taxpayers billions.
As the Obama administration prepares to put the health care law in place, it faces an aggressive Republican campaign to prevent its success. The NYTimes reports.
President Obama called House Speaker John Boehner Friday night, saying that he won't negotiate on the debt limit.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday passed legislation to fund federal agencies from Oct. 1 to Dec. 15 while also derailing Obamacare.
Boehner said he was confident that majority House Republicans would pass a stop-gap funding measure that denies money for "Obamacare" reforms.
It seems more and more that there is a communications breakdown between the Fed and the market even while the Fed is saying more than it ever has.
A Texas appeals court judge threw out former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's conviction on charges of illegally funneling money to GOP candidates.
John Boehner tried to avoid defunding Obamacare in the budget negotiations. But his team capitulated yesterday. Here's what it's getting them.
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