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In the seven years since the housing market started to fall apart, politicians of both parties have promised repeatedly to build a better system for financing the American dream of owning a home. There is little sign of progress.
The Federal Reserve's chairman, Ben Bernanke, sharpened his insistence Wednesday that the Fed remains committed to its economic stimulus campaign and that it did not intend to signal it was lowering its sights in recent weeks.
Investors are wrong to think that the Federal Reserve has decided to retreat more quickly from its efforts to stimulate the economy, three Fed officials said Thursday.
WASHINGTON The decline of two-parent households may be a significant reason for the divergent fortunes of male workers, whose earnings generally declined in recent decades, and female workers, whose earnings generally increased, a promine...
The federal government helped bring the economic recovery to a virtual halt late last year as cuts in military spending and other factors overwhelmed the Federal Reserve's expanded campaign to stimulate growth.
President Barack Obama's insistence that marginal tax rates rise for families making more than $250,000 has convinced millions of affluent Americans that they are likely to be writing larger checks to the government next year.