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President Obama signed into law a bipartisan budget bill last week that, among other things, changes Social Security and Medicare laws.
More than 20 states have passed new laws that restrict how people can buy and carry guns. But are they effective? The New York Times reports.
U.S. tech firms may have cause to celebrate the Trans-Pacific Partnership's language, but another major sector may be concerned.
Open enrollment runs through Jan. 31. Officials expect about 10 million nationally to be enrolled by December 2016.
U.S. inflation should rebound in 2016 as pressures related to the strong dollar and low energy prices fade, said Fed's Fischer.
The proposals from Republican candidates for a flat tax seem like a simple idea. But they simply don't add up.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum tells CNBC that while asset values and real estate are higher, wages are not.
Should $7.25 per hour be enough for now?
Gov. Cuomo said he would set the minimum wage for all New York state workers at $15 an hour, reinforcing how governors and wage boards can influence wages.
Front-runners Donald Trump and Ben Carson notched positive moments, but so did establishment favorites Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
Sen. Chuck Schumer wants the FDA to investigate possible harmful effects of a caffeinated twist on a childhood classic.
With mainstream Republicans struggling to overcome the rise of outsider candidates, the party could face something it hasn't seen in nearly 70 years.
One Republican candidate needs to bring his A game at Tuesday's debate or risk losing donors and poll position, Politico's Ben White says.
Higher taxes will help fill a multibillion-dollar hole in Chicago's public pension funds, but it won’t fill the gap, according to a report.
With the GOP hopefuls slated to meet again Tuesday night, here's what to watch for. USA Today reports.
The San Francisco Fed president told USA Today there's a "very strong case" for the Fed to raise rates if the economy continues to improve.
In tweets posted in the past two years, Neel Kashkari made statements critical of the Fed. He will start leading the Minneapolis branch in 2016.
Tens of thousands of fast-food workers are participating in a unified attempt to raise the minimum wage, says USA Today.
Ben White, chief economic correspondent at POLITICO, discusses Republican candidate Donald Trump’s Saturday Night Live’ appearance.
President Barack Obama's executive action to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation suffered a legal setback.