The House of Representatives has forged past an increasingly bitter Republican divide and approved a budget bill with strong bipartisan support. The vote of 332-94 sets the stage for consideration by the Senate next week. If approved there as anticipated, President Barack Obama is expected to sign the bill into law. The most important feature
The Labor Secretary says the government shutdown weighed heavily on employers but urges Americans to remain hopeful about the economy.
Consumer and voter sentiment has dropped. Signals are mixed whether that’s hurting the economy.
The latest report from the Fed finds the economy expanding at a modest or moderate pace.
The Senate announced a deal to reopen the government and avoid U.S. default.
The longer the government shutdown lasts, the more damage it could do.
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Some homebuyers may have to reschedule their closings.
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