Americans think that the poor are taxed too much and the rich too little, but some states are "fairer" than others, The Fiscal Times reports.» Read More
In her first appearance before Congress, the Fed chair probably won't say she's backing off on tapering, POLITICO's Ben White says.
The CBO talked about 2.5 million jobs lost from the Affordable Care Act. That's not quite right and misses the real silver lining, says Jack Ablin.
Millions of jobless Americans are wondering if this economic recovery is as good as it gets. Increasingly, it looks that way.
The campaign against increasing the minimum wage illustrates how groups are working in opaque ways to shape hot-button political debates.
The path to greatest at the 2014 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is traditionally reserved for pedigrees. The payoff for owners of champions is huge.
If we're picking the most influential leaders of the past 25 years, we have to include Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, says CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The average price of regular gasoline in the U.S. has fallen 2 cents a gallon during the past two weeks.
Look no further than your dinner plate to understand how the new farm bill affects you.
California's health-care exchange removed a list of doctors from its plans after finding multiple errors on it.
The brutally cold winter has lit a fire under natural gas prices, testing assumptions that shale can provide inexpensive energy for decades to come.
A law that was designed to curb deficits in the national flood insurance program is now the target of repeals.
Subway's decision has at least one food chain pondering its use. So how widespread is its use among fast-food giants? Very.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew urged Congress Friday to increase the debt ceiling, saying the Treasury is not confident extraordinary measures will last beyond Feb. 27.
A second month of surprisingly weak job growth and a lower unemployment rate is sending inconclusive messages about the economy.
Gridlock in Washington on fracking, the minimum wage, and immigration force states to make their own rules. Fiscal Times reports.
Job growth saw another weak month, with employers adding another 113,000 positions as frigid weather and a deluge of storms dampened hiring.
House Speaker John Boehner hit the pause button on major immigration reform, one week after Republicans unveiled their "principles" for an overhaul.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan told CNBC on Friday he's worried about the spread between 30-year and 5-year Treasury notes.
A growing number of wealthy investors from Latin America have been instrumental in Miami’s ongoing rebound from the real estate collapse.
Despite another anemic jobs report, central bank policymakers are on the right course with tapering, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher says.
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As Warren Buffett attended his first championship boxing match, he said Floyd Mayweather's job is tougher than managing billions of dollars.
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