Mortgage rates retreat again

The 30-year fixed-rate average fell for the third week in a row and now stands at 4.12 percent.

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Obama reaches out to millennial generation

(Carolyn Kaster / AP)

At a tech incubator in Los Angeles Thursday, he will tout his policies that helped the generation.

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Protests as E.U. leaders talk unemployment

Hundreds of people have protested against Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's plans to reform hiring and firing rules.

The Fed needs to learn from its successes in the 1990s

The Fed shouldn’t raise rates before wage inflation picks up. And the second is that it shouldn’t until wage inflation actually turns into price inflation, which, unlike before, isn’t a given.

I brought the deficit way down and all I got was … lousy poll numbers

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The deficit has fallen sharply in recent years. That’s truly unfortunate.

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5 things to listen for in the first Maryland gubernatorial debate tonight

(Left: The Daily Times via AP / Right: Andre Chung for The Washington Post)

Watching the debate tonight? We got a sneak peak and can tell you what to expect.

Getting the voters who reject Obama economics

Re-establishing Americans’ faith that they can attain the good life

Five charts that show why the global economic recovery is so very disappointing

The International Monetary Fund has once again downgraded its assessment of the world economy through 2015. This is why.

Finding a job, but with an hour-long walk home from work

(Timothy C. Wright / For the Washington Post)

Richmond’s sprawling anti-poverty plan is helping citizens get back to work. But that’s not the only obstacle.

Austerity has been an even bigger disaster than we thought

It turns out stimulus spending might be much, much better for the economy than we realized.