May 12 (Reuters) – A dual-track system, including survey-based lending rates along with transaction-linked indices, is likely to replace scandal-hit London interbank lending rate Libor as soon as…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton, already the front-runner in the minds of many Democrats for the 2016 U.S. presidential election, is writing a memoir about world affairs and her time as secretary of state that will likely fuel more speculation … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – People who eat meals or snacks while watching TV, playing games or reading tend to consume more calories in a sitting, and especially later in the day, according to a review of two dozen past … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama is likely to choose Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez to be the next secretary of labor, a source familiar with the matter said on Saturday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A senior Republican senator said on Sunday that party colleagues will drop tactics to delay a vote on former Senator Chuck Hagel to be defense secretary, saying that President Barack Obama’s nominee likely has sufficient support to … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A measure to extend the U.S. debt limit for nearly four months moved closer on Tuesday to a vote and the White House said the president would sign the bill if it cleared Congress, easing uncertainty that … Continue reading
Emerging markets gain popularity with income investors.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The “fiscal cliff” deadline is days away and the U.S. Congress and President Barack Obama have left town for Christmas.
New guidelines could result in fewer people being charged for offensive messages on social networks such as Twitter, says the Crown Prosecution Service.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Children born via cesarean section are slightly more likely than babies delivered vaginally to become heavy or obese, according to a new review of studies.