This week's meeting of the Organization of American States could pave to way to Cuba's reentry into the group after nearly 50 years – and toward lifting the US embargo.
A survey of 23 experts finds deep concern about Beijing's large dollar holdings
King Abdullah II of Jordan, embraced by the West and his Arab allies, is emerging as a facilitator for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Higher US rates signal an economy on the mend, but they could also extend the housing slump and add to the federal debt.
Only 2 percent of those who sought help from a US counseling program lost their homes.
The auto company would have to bounce back to sustained profits before the US government would get any money back.