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Looking back at Secretary Geithner's legacy

Jan 25, 2013
One final look back at Secretary Timothy Geithner's time at the Treasury Department. Plus, why you'll start hearing the word 'sequester' a lot more soon.

Debt ceiling delay: GOP proposes three-month window

Jan 18, 2013
In a proposal floated today that comes from their weekend policy retreat in Virginia, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives proposed raising the debt ceiling for three months. In essence, 'kicking the can down the road' one more time.

Treasury pick Jack Lew and the future of the economy

Jan 11, 2013
The Weekly Wrap looks at what President Obama's Treasury Secretary pick indicates about the economic priorities in President Obama's second term, and what a trillion dollar coin says about how we run our economy.

Ringing in the New Year: So where are the jobs?

Jan 4, 2013
The U.S. economy adds 155,000 jobs in December, and the unemployment rate remains steady at 7.8 percent.

Between the fiscal cliff and the debt ceiling

Dec 28, 2012
President Obama and some members of Congress have returned to Washington from their respective holidays to discuss the impending fiscal cliff and debt ceiling deadlines. But other things worth thinking about are happening, too.

After Plan B, what's next for the fiscal cliff

Dec 21, 2012
The Weekly Wrap talks about what can happen now that Speaker John Boehner's Plan B has failed.

What it will take to get a 6.5% unemployment rate

Dec 14, 2012
The Federal Reserve says it will keep interest rates near zero until the unemployment rate drops to 6.5 percent. But what will it take to get there?

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Superstorm Sandy can't dampen U.S. jobs growth

Dec 7, 2012
Unemployment fell to 7.7 percent in November, with 146,000 jobs added in the U.S. economy.