The Dow Jones industrial average posted its strongest gain in 2014, closing Wednesday up 274 points.
Personal taxes made up the bulk of the increase, with the amount paid rising by $154 billion.
WalletHub ranked the United States from richest to poorest.
Too often, IMF meetings have focused on smaller issues, rather than the elephant in the room.
Dems on an appropriations panel say public health cuts could hurt the response.
Grassley questioned why Bank of America has received an exclusive prison contract.
Job openings in August hit their highest level in 14 years, a signal that the labor market will...
Half of graduates in 2012 from high-income families borrowed money to pay for college.
Federal regulators are teaming up to protect Spanish-speaking senior citizens from being scammed,...
As a result of the farm bill, more farmers are eligible for microloans, which have grown.
Slow economic output in Europe and global tensions contributed to the IMF's global forecast.
Consumer delinquencies declined across the board in the second quarter amid faster jobs growth and...
Fed officials continue to believe the U.S. economy is growing slowly.
The new projected deficit would be 2.8 percent of GDP.
Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) wants to know how the IRS is helping companies navigate the new tax forms.
K Street has a message for President Obama when it comes to tax reform: Talk is cheap.
The agency urged lawmakers to quickly deal with dozens of expired tax breaks.
The budget office found more women, college graduates and people ages 55 or older among the group.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said the plan would help businesses sell products abroad.
Republicans on Tuesday released a new ad accusing Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.) of hypocrisy for arguing...
Attorneys general support Democrats' calls for more oversight of for-profit colleges.
Home prices continued their annual gains in August but have a appreciated at a slower pace since...
"It would take a change of law to eliminate the benefit," Lew said.
Holiday sale are looking up this season after a rough start to the year, a new survey showed on...