The 2014 farm bill will prove to be the most expensive ever, largely due to the new subsidies and expanded crop insurance. The Fiscal Times reports.
As the nation's biggest minimum wage hike ramps up in Seattle, a top franchise lobby has been fighting back with a lawsuit.
Temperatures are warming and potential homebuyers are coming out to shop, but they are finding little for sale.
The Dow has a hidden bear market going on within it as a third of the members in the blue chip barometer have hit new 52-week lows this year.
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee's statement that could shed light on the timing of an interest rate hike.
U.S. housing starts plunged to their lowest level in a year in February as harsh weather kept builders at home.
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More than two-thirds of respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey see the first interest rate hike coming in August, a month ahead of the prior survey.
Voting is underway in Israel, and previous opinion polls suggest the election race is too close to call.
Tensions were set on edge after a 2013 video emerged, purportedly showed the Greek Finance Minister "giving the finger" to Germany.
Data from Sikka Software show that emergency visits to the dentist go up 64 percent on March 18.
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The Fed meets Tuesday and is widely expected to signal an end to the era of near zero rates, for the first time in more than six years.
The economies of Gulf oil exporting nations look increasingly strained, new forecasts show, but economists say there's still no cause for alarm.
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After months of promotions, retailers are finally trying to break consumers' addiction to discounts. Will shoppers call their bluff?
Apple is in talks to launch an online TV service, the Wall Street Journal reported late Monday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
The world's most persecuted fruit can be found in Indonesia, the Global Post reports.
Egypt's attempt to bring money back to the country has been met with relative success, according to its new political leadership.
Two stocks have turned a $10,000 investment into $1 million in six years, reports USA Today.