U.S. bank regulator finalizes new community lending rule

FILE PHOTO: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in the financial district of lower Manhattan during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York City,... Read more »

Steve Carell? Real U.S. Space Force chief wanted Bruce Willis to play him

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The real chief of the U.S. Space Force said on Wednesday he had hoped actor Bruce Willis would have played him on the upcoming Netflix (NFLX.O)... Read more »

Kept home by COVID-19, U.S. politics goes virtual with digital dance parties and avatars

(Reuters) – When stay-at-home orders sparked by the coronavirus forced him to find new ways to reach young voters ahead of the November U.S. election, Felix Clarke turned to... Read more »

Column: Dropping Medicare age to 60? No more than a start in the right direction

CHICAGO (Reuters) – In what now seems like a galaxy far, far away, Republican lawmakers routinely talked up the idea of raising the Medicare eligibility age from 65 to... Read more »

Your questions on the lockdown and U.S. small business, answered

NEW YORK (Reuters) – After closing their doors to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many small businesses face an uncertain future following government-ordered lockdowns. FILE PHOTO: A closed... Read more »

U.S. financial industry asking SEC to delay broker disclosure rule, citing coronavirus: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The financial industry wants the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to hold off on parts of a new rule requiring brokers to disclose potential conflicts of... Read more »

Some U.S. direct payments will take months to reach Americans: congressional panel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Americans should start receiving direct payments from the U.S. government in mid-April to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, but some may not see the... Read more »

U.S. markets watchdog Clayton says SEC should not ban short-selling of shares

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday that it should not ban short-selling of shares, amid speculation on further measures the... Read more »

U.S. Supreme Court orders reconsideration of racial bias claim against Charter Communications

FILE PHOTO: Comedian and producer Byron Allen leaves the Supreme Court after it heard Comcast’s bid to evade a civil rights lawsuit he filed against the company, in Washington,... Read more »

Column: How the $2 trillion U.S. coronavirus relief bill impacts retirement savers

CHICAGO (Reuters) – The $2 trillion economic stimulus package racing toward passage in the U.S. Congress contains several important relief provisions for retirees, and for younger workers saving for... Read more »