Trays of printed social security checks waiting to be mailed

Social Security Cost-Of-Living Benefits Set To Increase Significantly

Right now, the expectation is the adjustment in 2023 will be 8.7%. That's according to the Senior Citizens League.

Economy

11:46Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President and CEO Mary C. Daly
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San Francisco Fed Reserve CEO: High Inflation Makes Economy Fragile

1:53President Joe Biden and Medicare recipient Bob Parant.
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Millions Of Americans Will Save On Medicare Fees Next Year

0:31U.S. President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
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Libertarian Group Sues To Block Biden's Student Debt Forgiveness Plan

13:03A for sale sign is posted in front of a home
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Federal Reserve Attacks Inflation With Another Big Hike, Expects More

8:00Chick-fil-A location in Philadelphia
Matt Rourke / AP

A New California Law Could Raise Minimum Wages

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
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Treasury Recommends Exploring Creation Of A Digital Dollar

3:11An Amtrak passenger train departing Chicago.
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Biden: Rail Strike Averted Is 'Big Win For America'

3:37Hiring sign is displayed outside of a retail store in Vernon Hills
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Why Are We Scared Of A Recession?

2:06Shopper in a grocery store.
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U.S. Inflation Falls For 2nd Straight Month But Remains High At 8.3%

4:46U.S. currency
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What Matters: Robert Reich On Recession Risks

3:41Gas prices
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White House Officials: Inflation Relief Is Coming

3:43Eggs
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

What Matters: Inflation And Everyday Americans

6:36A variety of shelters make up one of the homeless camps along the American River Parkway in Sacramento
Rich Pedroncelli / AP

Why Is It So Difficult To Tackle Homelessness?

0:44U.S. President Joe Biden.
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Biden To Tell Ohioans His Policies Will Revive Manufacturing

4:17A couple holding their newborn daughter and toddler son
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

Washington, D.C., 'Baby Bonds' Program Aims To Close Wealth Gap

0:33Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Powell: Fed Could Keep Lifting Rates Sharply 'For Some Time'

8:47U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona
Evan Vucci / AP

Education Secretary Defends Student Loan Forgiveness Despite Criticism

2:20Domestic Policy Adviser Susan Rice speaks during a briefing at the White House.
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Some Economists Say Loan Forgiveness Plan Could Increase Inflation

2:59U.S. Capitol
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Inflation Reduction Act Pushes Financial Incentives, Reduced Costs

Internal Revenue Service taxes forms.
Keith Srakocic / AP

Expanded IRS Free-File System One Step Closer In Dems' Bill

2:55House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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House Dems Set To Overcome GOP For Climate, Health Care Win

0:26A customer pumps gas at a gas station
Marta Lavandier / AP

Gas Prices Dip Just Below $4 For The First Time In 5 Months

2:54President Joe Biden holds the "CHIPS and Science Act of 2022" after signing it
Evan Vucci / AP

Pres. Biden Signs $280B CHIPS Act In Bid To Boost U.S. Over China

3:13U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer.
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Inflation Reduction Act: How It Could Impact Your Wallet

5:52U.S. President Joe Biden.
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Senate Democrats Approve Big Biden Deal; House To Vote Next

3:07Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Democrats Say They've Reached Agreement On Economic Package

Two sisters pick out new backpacks at a Chicago Public Schools back-to-school supply giveaway.
Claire Savage / AP

Inflation Weighs On Back-To-School Buying For Many Families

16:13President Joe Biden speaks about the"Inflation Reduction Act of 2022."
Susan Walsh / AP

Biden Calls Deal With Manchin 'Godsend' For U.S. Families

2:33Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Fed Unleashes Another Big Rate Hike In Bid To Curb Inflation

3:55The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is visible in the Financial District of Manhattan
Ted Shaffrey / AP

The Federal Reserve Will Once Again Begin Raising Interest Rates