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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - U.S. Federal Reserve
Hawaii has agreed to settle three lawsuits from parents who said their special-needs children were abused by workers at an elementary school.
State police have charged an 81-year-old man with choking his wife after becoming "fed up" that she was wandering through a Wal-Mart store.
Finance officials of the world's major economies expressed confidence Friday that they can meet an ambitious goal of boosting global growth by $2 trillion over the next five years.
Top-ranked Serena Williams is too wiped out to play in the Fed Cup against France on April 19-20, U.S. captain Mary Joe Fernandez said Wednesday.
Jeremy Stein, a member of the Federal Reserve Board, announced Thursday that he plans to resign next month to return to Harvard University, creating more turnover on the seven-member board.
Although the United States has ruled out open military conflict in response to Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, some see growing risks that the two former superpower rivals could sink into a kind of economic Cold War.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made clear Monday that she thinks the still-subpar U.S. job market will continue to need the help of low interest rates "for some time."
A former Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble board member was fairly convicted on charges that he fed lucrative inside tips to a billionaire hedge fund owner, a federal appeals court said Tuesday.
More than five years after the financial crisis struck, the biggest U.S. banks are better able to withstand a severe recession than at any time since the meltdown, the Federal Reserve has determined.
Federal Reserve chairmen are experts at talking up a storm without providing even a sprinkle of information. The Fed's new leader, Janet Yellen, is no exception. She says she'll consider "a wide range of information" to determine the central bank's policies in the days ahead. Whatever that means.
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen briefed the country Wednesday on the Federal Reserve's plans for the economy's problem-plagued recovery, sending Wall Street into a swoon
The Federal Reserve Wednesday said it will continue easing its stimulus program for the economy, cutting its purchases of U.S. Treasury and mortgage bonds by another $10 billion a month.
March 18 is the first day of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, commonly referred to as "March Madness."