Trump administration sanctions 17 Saudis allegedly involved in slaying of Jamal Khashoggi

“These individuals who targeted and brutally killed a journalist who resided and worked in the United States must face consequences for their actions," Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said.

Treasury official arrested on charges of disclosing information about Manafort, others to media

Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards appears to be the latest to be charged in the Trump administration's crackdown on leakers.

Treasury Department hits Russia with sanctions over 2016 election meddling

The Internet Research Agency, which Mueller indicted in February, is among the entities targeted by the sanctions.

A crackdown on payday loans could make them harder to get. Here are smarter ways to secure cash fast

Here's why these short-term loans are almost always a bad idea and what to do instead if you need cash fast.
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This Is the Woman Leading the Race to Be on the $10 Bill

But will she win?

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Here's Everything That Could Happen If the U.S. Breaches the Debt Ceiling

The U.S., like the House of Lannister, always pays its debts.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: Why Do We Have One, Anyway?

A look at other Western democracies demonstrated that the U.S. is one of only two developed nations to have a debt limit. Regardless of what happens in this shutdown, it's time to rethink that.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: All Your Questions About the Deadline, Answered

Confused about the debt ceiling 2013 debate? Here's a guide to what's going on with Washington's latest crisis, including a few things you never knew.
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Debt Clock Explained: Everything You Need to Know

All your questions about the debt ceiling answered right here.

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The IRS Gay Marriage Decision Suddenly Means Paying Taxes is Awesome

The announcement by the Treasury Department and IRS to treat gay couples the same under tax law is great news for equality and the economy.
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FinCen Spy Plan Would Allow the Government to Peer Into Your Financial Records

A new Treasury Department proposal would allow spy agencies to access American financial transactions, the next possible infringement of civil liberties in the War on Terror.
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Facts About the Debt Ceiling Crisis 2013

The debt ceiling is the amount of money the U.S. government can borrow to pay bills. It has nothing to do with new spending. These are simple facts.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: Using Trillion Dollar Platinum Coin To Pay Off Debt Marks High Point of Stupidity

In a continuing quest to determine exactly how stupid we are, some, like Paul Krugman, have come up with a truly idiotic plan: to use a $1 trillion platinum coin to fund the government.
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There Should Be No Debt Ceiling: It's Just a Cheap Tactic

If not entirely unconstitutional, to use the debt ceiling as a bargaining chip is wholly undemocratic ... a sign of weak government.

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What is the Debt Ceiling?

A guide to exploring the U.S. statutory debt limit which Congress imposed upon itself in 1917.