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The rich countries whose property bubbles and collapsing banks plunged the world into recession in 2009 are now helping to lead the still-halting recovery out of it.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday will call attention to what he has said is an “embarrassment” in the United States: the fact that women make, on average, only 77 cents for every dollar that a man earns. But critics of the administr...
The collision of the $1 trillion in budget cuts known as sequestration and the breakdown of the normal budgeting process is creating headaches not just for Washington but also for a vast web of offices dependent on federal financing.
On a snowy evening this spring, nurses at Dr. Gary Stuck's family practice were on the phone with patients with heart ailments, asking them not to shovel. The idea was to keep them out of the hospital.
Only hours after accepting his party's nomination for a second term, President Barack Obama found himself on the defensive over a jobs report that was weak in almost every way.
RIVERSIDE In Southern California's economically depressed Inland Empire, President Barack Obama's health care law is expected to extend insurance coverage to more than 300,000 people by 2014. But coverage will not necessarily tran...