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States like California, Washington, and Vermont have finally revealed what pricing structures will look like under Obamacare's exchanges.
Falling just behind the economy and Social Security, healthcare was listed as the most important issue affecting America...
One group will surely see their coverage change, and probably not for the best...
As Tesla becomes the first recipient of a U.S. Energy Department loan to pay off its debt, Obama may be better equipped to silence his critics.
Paying for college in America is hard, and it may get a lot harder in coming years, depending on the outcome of a fight that is brewing in Washington...
The narrative about what happened at the Internal Revenue Service’s tax-exempt division before and during the 2012 presidential election is still incomplete, but that hasn't stopped people from drawing conclusions.
The requirements of the Affordable Care Act will bring sweeping changes to healthcare in the United States.
It will be an auspicious day -- sad for some, joyous for others -- when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's current term expires in January 2014.
Gun and ammo sales have surged to record highs as the tragedy in Newtown sparks more debate about gun control.
The narrative put forward by the Inspector General and other reports is one where the federal government trips on its own bureaucracy, and what could have been solved with a modicum of good management instead ballooned into a crisis.
As it builds better cars, increases sales and sees its stock hit IPO prices, GM is poised to celebrate a bona fide revival.
The so-called Cadillac tax on benefits to employees will bring in $57 billion less than estimated and drive up employee healthcare premiums.
All told, it was a pretty quiet week on Wall Street. Most of the media's attention was focused on the developing scandal at the Internal Revenue Service, while economic indicators showed that growth trajectories in the United States, Europe, and Japan remain on track...
President Obama invoked the spirit of a strong middle class in Baltimore, Maryland, where he delivered a speech on the U.S. economic situation...
GM shares surpassed their 2010 IPO for the first time in over two years on Friday.