Immigration Activists Sift Through Policy Statement

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401(k) Owners Pray Markets Are Kind To Their Future

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Michael Mussio, a portfolio manager at FBB Capital Partners, says phones have been ringing more than normal in recent days. "I think the main thing is — don't panic," he says. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Wall Street's Ups And Downs Leave Investors Worried

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Europe Fuels Another Volatile Day On Wall St.

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Fed Sticks With Record Low Interest Rates

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U.S. Credit Downgrade Ripples Around The World

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U.S. Stocks Fall On Downgrade Of U.S. Credit

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American Pride Takes A Hit With S&P's Downgrade

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Unemployment Drops To 9.1 Percent

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Job Growth In Health, Retail and Manufacturing

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Economic Expectations: Who Is The 'Consensus'?

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The National Debt Clock, a billboard-size digital display showing the increasing U.S. debt, is seen in New York City on Monday. Congress passed a bill Tuesday that would raise the nation's debt limit. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Deal Averts Default, But Doesn't Fix Debt Problems

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