The effects of Obamacare will be difficult to measure as the Census Bureau is changing its annual survey. NYT reports.» Read More
The city of Detroit has reached a deal with retired police officers and firefighters that would preserve current pensions.
"It's nothing more than a land grab," said a business owner in Philadelphia over efforts by the city to take his property.
U.S. consumer prices rose in March but inflation remained generally benign, which should give the Fed scope to keep interest rates low.
Confidence among home builders in the market for new, single-family homes remained in a holding pattern in April, ticking up just one point.
General Electric's CEO Jeff Immelt may step down sooner than his expected 20-year tenure, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Coca-Cola reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, as strong sales in China more than offset a drop in Europe and flat volumes in North America.
Lawmakers are fighting to scrap an operation that exists to sell government documents people can find for free online.
The senator says she battles for oil and gas jobs, even if that means defying President Barack Obama.
President Obama said to President Putin during a phone call that Russia would have to face further sanctions if it continues its actions in Ukraine.
Fund managers haven't changed their investment strategies for the tech sector, in spite of the recent heavy selling.
The IRS audited less than 1 percent of the income tax returns filed last year. But your odds of getting audited vary greatly, depending on income.
Google said the number of spots in its newly extended 'Explorer Program' are limited. The product will not be available outside of the US as of yet.
While individuals seek to take advantage of dozens of deductions and loopholes, corporations have famously excelled at this game, NYT reports.
The survey comes after the discovery of the Heartbleed bug last week and a massive data breach at Target late last year.
Americans used more health services and spent more on prescription drugs in 2013, reversing a recent trend.
Activist investor Daniel Loeb on Monday said Sotheby's current board has failed and that its attacks on him are "false" and "misleading."
Johnson & Johnson turned in a solid first quarter Tuesday, topping analysts' profit and revenue estimates and increasing its 2014 earnings forecast by 5 cents a share.
In a world where it's considered odd if you're not on Facebook, the sheer power and dominance of the social networking site is strikingly clear.
A rise in U.S. seismic activity, coinciding with the energy boom, has left both sides of the fracking debate more polarized than ever.
Prominent bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem has been indicted by a federal grand jury in New York.
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