House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) said the House would consider elements of the bill, but refused to consider the entire $447 billion package.
The German public is getting fed up with lending a helping hand to Greece, and Greeks who live in Germany are feeling the tension.
Ry Cooder's new album, "Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down," is a protest shout against the out-of-control banks and the efforts to disenfranchise the poor.
According to New York Times financial writer Joe Nocera, what makes or breaks an economy is credit, and the U.S. Federal Reserve needs to print more money.
International Monetary Fund says global economic outlook grim, warns continuing economic woes in Europe and the US could drag those economies back into recession.
Journalist chronicles how the hard-luck town of Hardwick, Vt., prospered thanks to a local organic food movement, but ironically, residents can't afford organic food prices.
Poverty in the United States is reaching record numbers, but don't expect Americans to take to the streets in protest like those in Greece or the Middle East.
President Obama's $3 trillion deficit reduction plan includes the "Buffett Rule," which imposes a minimum tax rate on those earning more than $1 million per year.
Germany and France have said they'll help Greece, as the United States urges Europe to figure it out.
As states face cutbacks in budgets, some are shutting down unemployment offices and replacing unemployment councilors with computers.