February 2013 Headlines
The founder of the Subway restaurant chain said he couldn't start the company today because there are too many government regulations.
Concerns about the sequester aren't bothering Wall Street, with the Dow Jones industrial average coming within 60 points of its all-time high Wednesday.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke urged Congress to replace the automatic spending cuts set to kick in Friday with gradual reductions in the short run.
Political turmoil in Italy is sparking fears among global investors.
Christian author and teacher R.C. Sproul, Jr. says it's time to return to the basics when it comes to economics, and the Bible is the place to start.
Business and labor groups have announced an agreement on a key part of an immigration reform deal.
More than 20 percent of veterans between the ages of 18-24 are out of work and the numbers for those 25-34 are also in the double-digits.
Gas prices are at a four-month high after rising for 32 straight days. The national average for a gallon of regular gas is now $3.73 - 43 cents more than a month ago.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry urged California business owners this week to flee high taxes for the Lone Star State. Now California's governor is firing back.
The U.S. Postal Service announced it plans to stop Saturday mail delivery to help trim costs. The new plan would mean a cost savings of about $2 billion a year.
A new bipartisan report says millions of people will lose their employer-based health insurance coverage under President Obama's healthcare law.
The price of gasoline has spiked in just the last week. It's up 18 cents to $3.54 a gallon, the biggest weekly increase in two years.
The U.S. Justice Department is suing Standard & Poor's Ratings Service, accusing the financial services company of helping to cause the mortgage crisis.