In the final stretch of enrolling Americans in ObamaCare, the administration is lagging far behind its own goals -- leaving uncertain whether the program is attracting enough people for the system to work.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday, with selling picking up late in the session, as investors cashed in some of the recent market gains, but the S&P 500 finished less than 1 percent away from a record high set last week.
Looks like the best suitor won. After an extended chase that included overtures on both sides and flirtations with other parties, Men's Wearhouse and Jos.
Mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac tumbled Tuesday on news of a deal to close them down. Shares of Fannie (FNMA, Fortune 500) dropped 32% and Freddie (FMCC, Fortune 500) shed 28%.
WASHINGTON - Job openings increased less than expected in January, a sign labor market cooling from late 2013 persisted as severe winter weather hammered the eastern and midwestern United States.