The Obama administration stepped up attempts Monday to court China's support for isolating Russia in response to its military intervention in Ukraine.
U.S. stocks edged lower in Monday morning trading as investors weighed economic news from China and Japan.
Gold and silver prices inched down on Monday, as expectations that the Federal Reserve will continue to gradually reduce the pace of its stimulus program weighed.
In late December, President Barack Obama's new legislative affairs team sent him more than a dozen recommendations for ways to improve his strained relations with Capitol Hill. The president responded with a few ideas of his own, including a request for more social events with lawmakers at the White House.
Russian aggression in Ukraine shook investors and initially sent stock prices down and gold prices up as investors also worried about U.S. sanctions and Russian threats to seize foreign assets.
A rising stock market and surging home prices goosed Americans' wealth to a record in the final three months of 2013, though both trends have cooled this year.
U.S. stocks rose in Thursday morning trading on federal government reports that the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in three months.
Almost 2 million Americans who have been out of work for more than six months have lost unemployment benefits since Congress refused to refund the program in December, according to a new analysis of U.S. Department of Labor data.
The Federal Reserve 'Beige Book' survey shows conditions improved in most U.S. regions despite severe weather that held back economic growth in much of the nation from January through early February.
The European Union prepared a $15 billion aid package for Ukraine as diplomats outlined ways that all sides could step back from the brink of a new global conflict.
Payroll processor ADP said Wednesday that U.S. companies added slightly more jobs in February than in the previous month, but harsh winter weather still weighed on hiring.
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President Obama released a budget proposal Tuesday that seeks $3.9 trillion in spending, higher taxes on corporations and individuals, and tax breaks for lower-income workers.
The U.S. will provide $1 billion in loan guarantees and technical expertise to Ukraine, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Tuesday, with Secretary of State John Kerry delivering the news in Kiev in a show of support.