CNBC Diana Olick reports the latest on the confirmation hearing for HUD secretary designate Ben Carson.
In a hearing on Thursday, Senator Elizabeth Warren asked housing secretary nominee, Dr. Ben Carson, to assure the American people that funds from housing and urban development will not directly benefit Trump's real estate empire.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's line of questioning over public funds with Housing and Urban Development Secretary-designate Ben Carson during his confirmation hearing.
President-elect Donald Trump met with a leading anti-vaccine activist, on Tuesday to discuss vaccination policy, reports NBC News.
Trump's picks have been different, says Jacob Neiheisel at the University at Buffalo.
With more than 20 nominees now selected, Donald Trump's cabinet appears much like the president-elect himself.
Trump's team does want to close departments, but Jake Novak says they better be ready to fight for public support.
Trump is behaving like any executive trying to implement a strategy, former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez tells CNBC.
Helmut Norpoth, professor at Stony Brook University, weighs in on the appointment of Ben Carson as housing secretary.
Trump endorsed Duterte's campaign against drug users — a campaign that has left at least 4,500 Filipinos dead, reports NBC News.
Tom Price's confirmation is now in the most relative jeopardy, Jake Novak explains why.
Clinton needs a BIG idea, and fast, if she wants to convince average folks she'll govern for them, says "Young Turks" reporter Jordan Chariton.
Hillary Clinton was hoping the convention would unify the party. The email scandal threatens that goal, says "Young Turks" reporter Jordan Chariton.
Trump can kiss Bernie Sanders voters goodbye now that he's picked conservative Mike Pence as his running mate, says "Young Turks" reporter Jordan Chariton.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.