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The U.S. Federal Reserve is almost certain to raise interest rates later this month, according to a Reuters poll of economists.
That puts health care for millions of American children at risk.
The Federal Reserve's goals include promoting inclusive "economic opportunity" for Americans of all income levels.
Major automakers posted mixed U.S. November new vehicle sales for November on Friday.
An exclusive note from George W. Bush's former economic advisor accuses the tax committee of "playing games" to thwart the tax bill.
St. Louis Fed James Bullard warned of a "bearish signal" in the economy if the Fed continues raising interest rates at the current clip.
The National Association of Home Builders' CEO is more upbeat after tax talks with House Speaker Paul Ryan and Rep. Kevin Brady.
In Goodfriend, the Fed gets someone whose approach to monetary policy and regulation runs counter to three core tenets of current orthodoxy.
U.S. consumer spending slowed in October as the hurricane-related boost to motor vehicle purchases faded.
If you're making less than $75,000, these tax cuts aren't for you.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, dropping for a second straight week as labor market conditions tightened further.
The consulting firm estimates that between 400 million and 800 million people globally could be displaced by automation.
The U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the third quarter, notching its quickest pace in three years.
The fate of the tax credit to preserve historic districts on Main St. is uncertain under GOP tax reform plan. Entrepreneurs are now on edge.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen called on Congress to adopt policies that will get U.S. economic growth out of its "disappointingly slow" post-recession pattern.
Applications to refinance a home loan led the way down, falling 8 percent last week.
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