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The IMF wants the U.S. to increase gas taxes by an absurd $1.40 per gallon.
TOKYO (AP) — Plagued by uncertainty and fresh setbacks, the world economy has weakened further and will grow more slowly over the next year, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest forecast.
The IMF head says that Europe and the U.S. pose the greatest threats to global growth.
Paul Ryan's religious background puts him at odds with his idol Ayn Rand.
Gold still determines who runs the system and who does not.
New figures from the IMF show European recession, slower growth for developing nations.
The EU crisis will take center stage at the global economic summit.
Though she may not be innocent in character, the maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault is still a victim.
"Mistress" and " womanizer" defines women in such dismissive terms.
Why Red China is worried about the U.S. national debt.