- The next act: what happens now in Greece's drama Updated: Jun-29-15 10:49 pm
FRANKFURT, Germany - Greece has entered the twilight zone.
- Biz-friendly France? Economy chief in US to seek investment Updated: Jun-24-15 7:25 am
PARIS - France's economy minister is heading to the U.S. on Wednesday to urge more American companies to invest in the country, as he tries to reform the rules and image of a nation with a reputation for strikes and high labor costs.
- Bernanke: Dump Jackson, not Hamilton, on US currency Updated: Jun-22-15 2:42 pm
WASHINGTON - Former Federal Reserve chief-turned blogger Ben Bernanke is calling for the U.S. Treasury to abandon plans to drop Alexander Hamilton from his featured spot on the $10 bill and to dump Andrew Jackson from the $20 instead.
- Daines proposes placing Jeannette Rankin on $10 bill Updated: Jun-18-15 7:19 pm
HELENA, Montana - U.S. Sen. Steve Daines is proposing to place the image of the first woman elected to Congress on the new $10 bill.
- Which woman should appear on $10 bill? Lew will weigh ideas Updated: Jun-18-15 6:07 pm
WASHINGTON - Harriet Tubman? Eleanor Roosevelt? Rosa Parks?
- Sen. Shaheen reacts to decision to feature woman on $10 bill Updated: Jun-17-15 11:23 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen says the U.S. Treasury Department's decision to feature a woman on a redesigned $10 bill will let young girls know that they too can grow up and "do something great for their country."
- Government paves way for multi-employer pension plan cuts Updated: Jun-17-15 1:32 pm
WASHINGTON - The government is preparing to cut benefits over the next few years for hundreds of thousands of retirees covered by underfunded multi-employer private pension plans.
- US finds peeling back the Iran sanctions onion no easy task Updated: Jun-10-15 6:29 am
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration may have to backtrack on its promise that it will suspend only nuclear-related economic sanctions on Iran as part of an emerging nuclear agreement, officials and others involved in the process tell The Associated Press.
- IG: IRS failed to upgrade security ahead of cyberattack Updated: Jun-02-15 3:49 pm
WASHINGTON - The IRS failed to implement dozens of security upgrades to its computer systems, some of which could have made it more difficult for hackers to use an IRS website to steal tax information from 104,000 taxpayers, a government investigator told Congress Tuesday.