6:35 pm: Bipartisan Senate reform bill would likely reduce deficits by $175 billion over first 10 years and by roughly $700 billion in the second decade, nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says. More
Total costs for health care services, including everything from doctor visits and prescription drugs to surgeries, are expected to rise 6.5% in 2014, when the Affordable Care Act fully kicks in.
More builders say sales conditions are good rather than poor, confirming earlier signs of a housing recovery.
Fed watchers don't expect a slowdown in its stimulus program until at least December. They also think vice chair Janet Yellen will replace Ben Bernanke when his term ends.
Detroit's state-appointed emergency manager says city is insolvent and must cut pensions and benefits as well as debt.
Flood of consumers into car showrooms help to lift overall retail sales.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett discusses the dearth of female CEOs in Fortune 500 companies and says he would hire a female over a male if the two had equal job qualifications.
Drugstores have long protected pharmacists who morally oppose emergency contraception. But that could change now that Plan B One-Step will be sold over the counter.
Regulators in the United Kingdom are looking into allegations that
Another product, steel tubes, was added Thursday to the growing list of goods currently subject to a trade dispute between Europe and China.
U.K. authorities should launch a full investigation into Google's "manifestly artificial" corporate structures to ensure it is complying with tax law, a committee of lawmakers said Thursday.
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