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Obama's address about terrorism was a step in the right direction but lacked several key points, strategists tell CNBC.
Economic conditions are satisfactory and markets are ready for the central bank to increase interest rates next week, the Atlanta Fed president said.
The democratic presidential hopeful unveiled a climate change plan that seeks to end the country's dependence on oil, coal, and nuclear energy.
Donald Trump's campaign to become the Republican nominee for president is no longer a circus sideshow; it's the main event, the FT reports.
The attack appeared to reflect an evolution of the terrorist threat that Obama and officials have long dreaded, the New York Times reports.
The United States is pressing for the adoption of the resolution at an unusual gathering on Dec 17, the New York Times reports.
Islamic State said that the married couple who killed 14 people in a mass shooting in California were its followers.
Alan Greenspan said the phrase "irrational exuberance" on this day in 1996. The stock market ignored him.
The FBI says it is "looking very carefully" into whether the California massacre suspects had been directed by a larger terror organization.
Now the question is how fast can the Fed raise rates given weakness in some other economic data.
Tragedy in San Bernardino, California sparked debate over gun laws. These are the numbers linked to the industry. NBCNews reports.
Former Obama-advisor turned Uber exec David Plouffe said the ride-hailing firm needs to better explain the benefits to Democratic politicians.
U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a partisan bill to gut Obamacare, but the effort has already been condemned to death by Obama's plans to veto it.
The U.S. Senate approved a bill on Thursday that would fund America's roads, bridges and mass-transit systems and revive the Export-Import Bank.
The U.S. is at a disadvantage because of this, two health-care CEOs said.
The suspected San Bernardino attackers left behind 12 pipe bombs and more than 2,000 rounds of ammunition at their home, police said Thursday.
Democratic and Republican White House hopefuls voiced their initial reactions to the California shooting that killed more than a dozen people.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said violence like the San Bernardino, Calif., has "no place in the U.S.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter will order the military to open all combat jobs to women in 30 days.
She said that the economic data since October is consistent with the central bank's expectations of an improved job market.