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Work requirements are only the beginning. States are looking to implement various measures that are expected to shrink their Medicaid rolls.
Labor shortages in the United States are getting worse, according to a report from the Federal Reserve.
Experts surveyed by the World Economic Forum expect political or economic confrontations between major global powers to worsen in 2018.
Although most economists forecast smooth sailing for 2018, many are saying another downturn looms on the horizon. The only question is the cause ? and whether it will feel like we've hit some mild headwinds, or we've run full-steam into a glacier.
An economic crisis has severely worsened in recent months, making it nearly impossible for people to withdraw meaningful sums of cash.
A double whammy of federal budget cuts might force many hospitals, particularly those that serve poor or rural communities, to scale back services or even shut their doors.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo urged state lawmakers to thwart the new federal cap on state and local tax deductions by restructuring New York's tax code in two ways.
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Stocks continue to surge. But some investors are getting nervous that things are too rosy.
Foreign tourists made fewer trips to the U.S. in 2017 even as global leisure travel continued to boom.
A new monthly subsidy announced by President Nicolas Maduro is worth $3.83. It's unlikely to make much difference for people living in a nation plagued by hyperinflation.
There has been "overwhelming" interest in the upcoming Trump Towers complex near New Delhi, the Trump Organization's India partner said.
Carillion is going into liquidation after failing to secure a financial lifeline.
Mounting expenses have unnerved Wall Street, and Wells Fargo hopes closing branches will help.
The federal government has approved Kentucky's waiver allowing it to require certain Medicaid recipients to work.
While the economy is thriving in cities across the country, many middle class people in areas with a high cost of living are struggling to put food on the table.
President Trump spent most of his first year blasting globalization. Now he is attending its biggest annual celebration: the World Economic Forum in Davos.
A spike in winter-related illnesses in the U.K. has pushed the National Health Service over the edge.
It's great when almost everyone who wants a job can have one, but low unemployment presents challenges, too
The Treasury Department called rules that require banks lend to low-income neighborhoods "outdated" and officials are working on recommendations for a revamp.