Economy & Policy
The Fed will continue trimming its bond-buying program to $15 billion per month, while maintaining its low interest-rate policy for 'considerable time.'
The central bank cut its bond purchases to $25 billion, reaffirming its plans to keep rates at historic lows until the economy improves further.Full Text: Read the Federal Open...
The White House is requesting congressional taxwriting committees write legislation that would 'immediately' shut down the use of tax inversions.
Residents in the D.C. area might have one less option when it comes to their commute.
The Fed said it will cut its bond purchases to $45 billion a month, and renewed its pledge to hold rates low until employment improves and inflation rises.
A Senate report shows Caterpillar avoided $2.4 billion in federal taxes between 2000 and 2012, but the heavy-machinery maker says it followed the law.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, in her first press conference, sent stock markets plunging when she said the Fed might start raising interest rates six months after ending...
The Treasury Department and IRS have delayed the employer shared responsibility provision of the Affordable Care Act until 2016 for businesses with between 50 and 99 workers.
Ben Bernanke’s tumultuous tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve effectively concluded Wednesday with the Fed’s policy-making body deciding to continue reducing its monthly...
As the Senate slowly moves to confirm Janet Yellen to chair the Federal Reserve, Republicans are strengthening efforts to subject the central bank to expanded federal audits.