States without their own exchanges should not face tax penalties
U.S. Public Interest Research Group Tax and Budget Advocate Dan Smith on public transit getting more expensive.
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the trade deficit and private sector jobs reports.
American exports rose for the first time since early summer, a sign that stabilizing overseas economies could support U.S. growth in coming months.U.S. exports rose ...
The nation's trade deficit fell 5.4% to $40.6 billion in October, as the U.S. exported more petroleum, soybeans and collectibles while buying foreign-made goods at a...
The U.S. trade deficit is forecast to drop to $40.4 billion in October from $41.8 billion in the September, according to economists polled by MarketWatch. The report...
Citizens United Foundation President David Bossie and Rep. Paul Broun, (R-Ga.), on ObamaCare.
Avik Roy on the health care bombshell
Did his supporters get the message?
Rep. Blumenauer on support for measure
Manhattan Institute senior fellow Steve Malanga argues if any city in America is insolvent, it's Detroit.
Center for Economic and Policy Research’s Dean Baker on the state of the economy.
No one likes to talk taxes amidst all the holiday cheer and end-of-year festivities, but for baby boomers who are on a fixed income and are either nearing or in reti...
The U.S. economy grew faster than initially estimated in the third quarter as businesses aggressively accumulated stock, but underlying domestic demand remained slug...
British finance minister George Osborne celebrated a sharp turnaround in the economy as vindication of his push to fix a gaping budget deficit on Thursday but he sai...
Bootlegger comes out of the woods
Burton says policy should have been 'very clearly articulated'
Health care expert breaks down the shrinking list of medical options