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Conservatives debate the economics behind the Senate's immigration bill.
Will President Obama act on his "red line" on Syria?
The Internet sales tax debate heats up.
Art Laffer, Chairman of Laffer Associates, cast his vote in favor of legislation for an online sales tax that could come before the Senate as early as next week.
Obama signed into law a provision repealing the requirement that senior government officials post their stock trades on line.
Clever guys at hedge funds and private equity shops can easily restructure their compensation to avoid the tax. Here's how they'll do it.
The US Postal Service is delaying its plan to cease Saturday delivery of first-class mail, a service that it says is costly but that many Americans rely on.
Wall Street regulations crafted after the financial crisis were written quickly during turbulent times and need to be changed, the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce told CNBC.
Two retired senior Chinese officials are engaged in a battle with one another to sway Beijing's new leadership over the future of the one-child policy, exposing divisions that have impeded progress in a crucial area of reform.
President Barack Obama is expected to formally propose a controversial change in how the government calculates inflation for Social Security and other federal benefits.
Does Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke have the right strategy for fixing the economy? CNBC's Larry Kudlow weighs in.
Jack Dorsey, co-founder of the popular social media service Twitter and the mobile payments startup Square, may be mulling a run for New York City mayor.
Oklahoma Senator and top Republican budget cutting advocate Tom Coburn spoke in favor of the sequester, saying the nation "needs" that to happen.
President Obama approaches Friday's budget deadline with a far stronger reputation than Republicans, an NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll has found.
The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday backed President Barack Obama's nominee to head the U.S. Treasury, Jack Lew, clearing the way for a full-Senate confirmation vote.
A plan to replace the "sequester" should put the bulk of the reductions years out to protect the economy in the short run, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer told CNBC.
As $85 billion in spending cuts loom, people across the country who rely on the government were trying to fathom what it would mean for them. The NYT reports.
Singapore's government, which has faced growing resentment over a widening wealth gap and rising cost of living, announced a slew of measures in its latest budget to appease its disgruntled citizens.
President Obama isn't "moving the goal posts" by asking for more revenue to avoid the automatic spending cuts, White House economic adviser Gene Sperling told CNBC.