: Healthcare.gov, the Obamacare website, went down Friday morning, just ahead of Monday's deadline to apply for coverage starting Jan. 1. More
The Labor Department released a list of jobs with the most job openings over the next 10 years. Many pay poverty-level wages
Europe is about to agree the biggest pooling of national power since the birth of the euro with a deal this week on the core elements of a banking union. So what does it mean, and how will it work?
It was the third consecutive month of falling sales, suggesting that higher mortgage rates are putting the brakes on the housing recovery.
Several recent reports have given reason to feel optimistic about the economy. But it's still too soon to start celebrating.
Republicans may make demands in exchange for approving a debt ceiling increase or suspension early next year. But there may not be much appetite for brinksmanship.
China is slowly relaxing its grip on the yuan, allowing it to hit record highs against the U.S. dollar. That trend may well continue, especially as Beijing seeks to bolster the currency's global role.
The Federal Reserve decided Wednesday to start reducing its massive economic stimulus program -- a process that has been nicknamed the 'taper.'
Senator asks: "Of all the people we could have picked on to screw, how could we have arrived here?"
Housing starts enjoy biggest increase since 1990 in another sign of the strength of the housing recovery.
As Americans rush to buy a chance at $636 million in Mega Millions drawing, there are seven states ranging from the bible belt to sin city where tickets are not available.
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