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Ten million people are projected to have coverage from government health exchanges by the end of 2016, a modest increase.
President Obama is set to announce he will slow plans to draw down U.S. troops from Afghanistan and keep the current force of 9,800 through most of 2016.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Thursday the U.S. debt limit will be exhausted Nov. 3, two days before previously estimated.
"I would like to see people rally around her," Democrat Gene Sperling says of Hillary Clinton.
Of all the issues in the 2016 Republican presidential race, immigration has been the most influential — and not in the way party leaders want.
Dennis Hastert has agreed to plead guilty to resolve charges he lied to the FBI about a bank withdrawal, NBC News reports.
The NY Fed president said he would favor a rate hike this year if the economy performs in line with forecasts.
The U.S. Defense Secretary said the US military would sail and fly wherever international law allowed, including the disputed South China Sea.
What if the Fed's current "stimulative" policies aren't stimulative at all?
Set for release on Jan. 15, "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" will land weeks before party caucuses in Iowa, the NYT reports.
Residents of Democratic states tend to shop differently from their Republican neighbors. Data from NPD Checkout Tracking show how these habits vary.
Hillary Clinton squared off against her Democratic rivals in the party's first debate. Here are the winners and losers.
Tuesday night's Democratic debate could be viewed as the reset button for Hillary Clinton. Here are a few things that became clear.
You might have expected Russia to loom in the Democratic presidential debate, but a small Nordic country sparked discussion.
The way candidates present themselves to the public is important, though there have been some cultural shifts.
The U.S. economy likely would not support an interest rate hike this year, a top Federal Reserve official told CNBC.
Republican presidential candidats have mixed, and sometimes opaque, views on climate change and global warming, and what to do about it.
In an essay, Jennifer Lawrence discusses gender double-standards ranging from salary inequity to workplace conversation, TODAY reports.
Don't expect fights Tuesday night. Hillary Clinton and her rivals will competing to burnish their liberal bonafides, say Bruce Abramson and Jeff Ballabon.
Twitter has become a important campaign tool for presidential candidates. Only two Democrats can rival @realDonaldTrump.