The latest news on GDP
Economic output has fallen, but it's not time to panic, say economists.
The government revises its economic growth measure upward, reflecting more consumer spending.
After six consecutive months of rising prices, S&P indices chairman says it's safe to call it a recovery.
The rest of the world has a strategic interest in preventing further economic pressure from being put on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood government.
GDP growth was revised up to a still-anemic 1.7 percent in the second quarter.
The nation's economic output grows yet more sluggish, with the fiscal cliff amping up worries.
China's economic growth is slowing, but the country is well on the way to increasing access to healthcare.
The economy is not growing nearly enough to bring the 8.3 percent unemployment rate into 7.0 percent territory.
Economic growth fell from 3.0 percent at the end of last year to 2.2 percent last quarter.
Despite solid trends, some experts, including Fed Chairman Bernanke, believe a slowdown could be coming.