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Latest Ben S Items
A key House lawmaker said he plans to press both American bankers and U.S. regulators as Congress steps up its probe into a interest-rate-setting scandal that has erupted on both sides of the Atlantic.
Just when the American economy was looking like a global bright spot, a spate of bad news last week showed that the U.S. also has succumbed to a major slowdown — sending President Obama and his team scrambling to explain Friday's disappointing unemployment numbers.
The Federal Reserve has for the first time given approval for a large Chinese bank to purchase a U.S. bank. It also gave approval to two other large Chinese banks to expand their operations in the United States.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner urged Beijing to let its tightly controlled currency strengthen and open its markets wider amid trade strains at a high-level economic dialogue Thursday.
Mitt Romney is working to win over his former rivals.
Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said Monday that the U.S. job market remains weak despite three months of strong hiring and that the Federal Reserve's existing policies will help boost growth.
President Obama's oldest daughter, Malia, was never in danger during a strong earthquake Tuesday in Mexico, the White House said.
U.S. and U.K. universities still sit at the head of the class in world higher education, but emerging schools in Asia and elsewhere threaten to shift the global balance of academic power, a major study shows.