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Stocks fell in afternoon trading Wednesday on news that several Federal Reserve policymakers in a meeting earlier this month favored cutting back on stimulus programs as early as June if the economy continued to improve.
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Mark O'Donnell usually books his family's summer vacation in January. For the last dozen years, that meant reserving an oceanfront house for a week in Long Beach Island, a quiet cluster of beach towns on the New Jersey shore.
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For a talented, creative few, there's David Letterman. For most, there's a labyrinth of paperwork, hard decisions and painful sacrifices that could have dramatic repercussions on their financial health decades from now.
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Chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress Wednesday that the U.S. job market remains weak and that it is too soon for the Federal Reserve to slow its extraordinary stimulus programs.
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In this Tuesday, April 2, 2013, photo, Sam and Liz Weidner, of Hudsonville, Mich., view a home for sale in Lowell, Mich.
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Attorney Mike Raulston questions Catoosa County sheriff Gary Sisk during an appeals hearing heard by the county Board of Commissioners.
When Ben Bernanke testifies about the U.S. economy Wednesday, the Federal Reserve chairman's words will be examined for any clues that the Fed might soon taper - or increase - its support for the economy.
April brings a 22nd consecutive month of growth with sales up 9 percent compared to the month previous.
Federal and state officials are looking into so-called "pension advances," deals they say are digging retirees and military veterans deep into debt, while also putting individual investors at risk.
While the average African-American is feeling more financially secure, many still feel neglected by the financial industry, new research shows.
The Indiana attorney general's office confirmed Monday it is investigating a security breach in which Social Security numbers and other personal information were posted online for roughly 44,000 low-income Americans who applied for a federal program that provides discount Internet and phone service.
NEW YORK The Small Business Administration says it has lined up pledges from more than 120 banks to increase lending to veterans.
The purchase price of Miami's highly rated City National Bank of Florida is at the center of a potential criminal case now unfolding in Spain.
Hurricanes and severe storms are a part of summertime in Northern Virginia and experts are predicting a number of Hurricane experts predict that this year's hurricane season could yield four major hurricanes this year in the Atlantic in the 2013 season.
In order to get in on hot housing markets, amateur investors are buying up homes and taking risky measures -- like tapping their retirement accounts -- to fund the deals.
The Supreme Court will decide if government whistleblower protection applies to employees of a privately-held contractor or the subcontractor of a publicly-held company.
A big brother you can trust to keep you safe, give you a hand and do right by you? Or a big brother who snoops, lies and bullies you in all corners of your life? There's a common thread running through a series of controversies dogging President Barack Obama: the federal government, and conflicting interpretations of what it is.