The U.S. and 158 other World Trade Organization members agreed Saturday to a $1 trillion trade deal.
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The number is a $61 billion drop from last year, according to the CBO.
White House says benefits should be extended but vehicle less important.
Defense hawks want end to sequester, but conservatives want cuts.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and campaign finance reform groups pulled their lawsuit after the federal government proposed new rules to rein in "dark money" groups.
White House disagrees, says federal benefits for unemployed should be extended.
The Republican senator is favored for reelection, but he faces a difficult primary fight
Governments and banks around the world still don't know how to handle Bitcoin – and that's made the virtual currency even more susceptible to fraud.
The economy added more than 200,000 jobs in November.
Tax cheats armed with stolen identification numbers are costing billions of dollars a year.