: The first major global trade deal in nearly 20 years was struck in Bali Saturday as 160 countries agreed on measures that should speed up the flow of goods and could boost the world economy by as much as $1 trillion. More
New York's incoming mayor wants to expand a law that gives some low-wage workers pay when they call in sick.
President Obama's newest priority is making sure Congress extends federal unemployment insurance benefits another year.
The economy rose at a 3.6% annualized clip in the third quarter. But that number may be misleadingly high since it was driven mostly by businesses stockpiling inventories.
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Just picking an Obamacare plan doesn't mean you have health insurance. You have to pay your first month's premium to be insured.
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Organizers say fast-food workers in 100 U.S. cities will walk off their jobs Thursday, as part of a push to raise wages in the industry above $15 an hour.
Secretary Hagel said the first jobs to be cut will be his own, announcing cuts of about 200 workers from his team of 2,400.
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