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North Carolina didn't let a crammed-full schedule of games nor a short turnaround after an emotional win against its fiercest rival derail its momentum. Instead, the Tar Heels had a dominating performance that continued their upward surge in the Atlantic Coast Conference standings.
A Moody's economist who appeared on MSNBC on Friday told Chuck Todd that the weak jobs report by the Labor Department was caused by cold weather.
A major international ratings agency expects the local government in Sochi, Russia, to struggle with the cost of maintaining the Olympic venues despite massive state investment.
Nikki Moody scored nine of her nine of 20 points in overtime and No. 20 Iowa State held off Texas Tech 85-76 Saturday night.
With the U.S. still struggling to fully rebound from the Great Recession, President Obama on Monday lauded Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy for the progress he's made in stabilizing his country's economy and shepherding Spain to back-to-back quarters of fiscal growth.
Analysts are optimistic that 2014 will be a more productive, less partisan year in Washington.
A private survey shows U.S. businesses last month added the most jobs in a year, powered by big gains in manufacturing and construction.
For the first time in seven years, most U.S. homebuilders are optimistic about home sales, a sign that construction could help drive stronger economic growth in coming months.
President Obama's health care reform is prompting employers to hire more part-time and temporary workers to escape paying benefits under a mandate that goes into effect next year, amplifying a trend toward transient employment that took hold during the recession, according to a growing number of economic indicators.