Sales of existing homes fell in March to their lowest level since July 2012 with a combination of inventory shortages and rising prices deterring buyers.
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A Republican senator is urging President Obama to engage with Congress to smooth eventual passage of a massive Asia-Pacific trade deal.
The op-ed was timed for the start of President Obama's trip to Asia this week, where he will meet with leaders from Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and the Philippines.
The IRS has absorbed about $900 million in cuts since fiscal 2010.
Americans are concerned when regulators reach private settlements with corporations or allow them to write off a portion of the cost of putting charges to bed, according to a new poll.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and an affiliated legal institute spent $25.2 million.
A near doubling of equity values hasn't done much to boost Obama's numbers.
The president is heading to the region to try to build support for a massive trade deal.
The economy added 192,000 jobs in March.