The Chinese are more likely to favor capitalism than prominent free market countries like the U.S.
Three House Democrats are urging the Labor Department to reconsider its proposed waiver of...
Democrats want to raise the hourly rate from $7.25 to $10.10.
John Podesta said lawmakers should “ditch the sequester.”
The senator suggested budget cuts had hampered the U.S. response.
A spokesman for the House Financial Services Committee said the figure is "not true."
The economy and the availability of good jobs tops the list of voters’ priorities among both...
Stocks posted their worst day of the year Thursday, sliding 335 points.
Tight mortgage lending standards have led to thousands of lost new-home sales, as the housing...
Seventy-three percent of retail investors have confidence, the highest level since 2009.
First-time claims for jobless benefits fell last week to the lowest monthly average in more than...
Unless Congress acts, the Terrorism Risk Insurance program (TRIA) will expire.
Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.) accused President Obama of using the military as a "budgetary...
Jamie Dimon said Friday he is a “real long-term bull on the U.S. economy.”
Democrats hope minimum wage ballot measures can help them in three Senate battlegrounds.
The number of businesses filing electronically has doubled in seven years.
A Treasury inspector general says the problem isn't just the IRS's budget crunch.
A top official at the Federal Reserve said Thursday that the central bank will not raise interest...
Christine Lagarde joked about what she'd do for passage of IMF reforms.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage will pay $5 million in the deal with the government.
Congress will seek a more long-term solution for the Internet Tax Freedom Act after the election.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) blasts his fellow lawmakers for delaying the request.
At the start of 2013, most American workers faced a 2 percent cut in their take-home pay.
China tops a list of more than four dozen nations that do the most damage to U.S. workers and the...