The Federal Reserve once again left interest rates unchanged at a range of zero to a quarter of a percentage point, postponing a return to what it calls normal rates and reiterating that “it can be patient” in deciding when to begin raising rates.
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The confirmation hearing for Loretta E. Lynch, nominated to replace Eric Holder as attorney general, begins Wednesday.
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A history with deep implications for the potential future of driverless cars.
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Too lazy to separate your trash? Too bad if you're living in Seattle.
Indiana's governor is the latest to join the law's Medicaid expansion.
The spread of anti-vaccine strongholds.
By volume, most mortgages in default were held by the wealthy and the middle class.
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It's not just about what food you eat. Food distribution matters too, a new study finds.
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The deficit's down, but red flags are on the horizon.
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The government set a goal of tying half of all Medicare reimbursements by 2018 to payment arrangements that encourage health-care providers to offer more efficient care.