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George Takei to Arizona: If this anti-gay law goes through, make no mistake — it's on.
Holders of U.S. defense stocks expressed relief that the budget spares most big arms firms. But not everybody wins.
The Michigan Democrat is the former chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and has been a staunch advocate for the auto industry.
Five years ago, the American political landscape changed due in large part to one fed-up CNBC journalist.
The world's top economies have embraced a goal of generating more than $2 trillion in additional output over five years.
Bargaining is dead, and so is the president's 2015 budget calling for tax hikes and more spending, POLITICO's Ben White says.
President Barack Obama held talks with the Dalai Lama on Friday, prompting China to ask why the White House ignored Beijing's warnings.
More than five years after the financial crisis, dozens of states and other entities are still feeling the hangover from risky bond bets.
The documents released Friday were expected to shed light on the central bank's actions during the financial crisis.
Though the Federal Reserve’s stimulus efforts have wide approval among investors and bankers, some argue its policies distort and harm the economy.
China urged the United States on Friday to scrap plans for President Obama to meet exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama later in the day.
China has the capacity to manage shadow banking which is not yet a global systemic issue, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Friday.
Gap said it would raise the hourly pay for its U.S. employees, while Wal-Mart Stores said it remains "neutral" on the issue of minimum wage.
A Nebraska court invalidated the governor's decision to allow the controversial Keystone XL pipeline to pass through the Midwestern state.
Some of the biggest names on Wall Street are quietly preparing to do battle over elections this year.
Nearly 16 months after President Obama was re-elected, labor leaders grouse that they have little to show for their support.
The FOMC unanimously voted at the January meeting to reduce the pace of its monthly bond-buying program by another $10 billion to $65 billion.
Think New York City is the most burdensome place to live in America? Or maybe Los Angeles? Forget it, not even close.
It's rare that Hollywood can teach Corporate America something but in the case of "House of Cards," there are some great lessons for CEOs in managing the media.
Detroit this week is expected to reveal its plan to settle with its creditors and emerge from bankruptcy.