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Clinton’s economic policies would spur U.S. economic growth longer term, but her hawkish China view could pose risks, ANZ said in a note Thursday.
The GOP, increasingly anxious over its congressional majorities, is likely to move further away Donald Trump.
This pediatrician can't believe that Congress would take a seven-week vacation at the height of mosquito season without approving Zika funding first.
Donald Trump's economic plan would help end America's "job loss to foreign competition," billionaire Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Officials said 15 Guantanamo inmates were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, the largest transfer during President Obama's administration.
Hillary Clinton is looking to drive job growth by increasing the size of the government, Trump advisor John McNabb tells CNBC.
U.S. intelligence officials told top congressional leaders a year ago that Russian hackers were attacking the Democratic Party, three sources said.
The U.S. government has shifted $34 million in funding for Zika vaccines.
Trump and Clinton want to spend big on rebuilding America. But it remains to be seen whether Congress would go along with the idea.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday defeated a long-shot Republican primary challenger who had been praised by Donald Trump.
Trump's address on the economy on Monday leaves tax policy analyst with a sense of incompleteness, Douglas Holtz-Eakin said.
Congress should reconvene, work together across the aisle and push through a funding package compromise now, says Dr. Judith Monroe.
Critical Zika funding legislation is one step (and about four Senate votes) away from the president's desk, says Martha Roby. We need to pass it now.
The House speaker says there's no point in voting on the TPP trade deal during the lame duck session of Congress.
Amid speculation of GOP intervention, The Wall Street Journal's Holman Jenkins says he'd tell Donald Trump to get serious.
Vin Weber, a key early lieutenant in the Newt Gingrich revolution, says he may not remain a Republican if Donald Trump is elected.
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