The effects of these strikingly different conventions won't become clear for a while. But all signs point toward a race that will remain close. » Read More
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan unveiled a Republican agenda that would repeal Obamacare but keep some of its more popular provisions.
Senator Shelby defended his vote against a bill that would have allowed the Justice Department to block firearm sales to suspected terrorists.
The Senate is set to vote on a bill that would expand FBI surveillance in the wake of a gay nightclub shooting, Verge reports.
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker sees "tremendous potential" in Donald Trump, but remains concerned about some of his remarks.
Four gun policy measures failed to pass the 60-vote threshold to move forward in the Senate on Monday.
Zika virus is a growing threat, but funding is severely lacking. Here's what the private sector can do, say Dikembe Mutombo and Gary Cohen.
Former Obama aide Bill Daley tells CNBC that Hillary Clinton could really stick it to Donald Trump.
Holman Jenkins, columnist and member of the The Wall Street Journal's editorial board, tells CNBC he doubts whether Trump wants the job.
Dan Rather, former "CBS Evening News" anchor, says Donald Trump can win the presidency, and supporters of Hillary Clinton should be "very, very afraid."
As Sanders winds down his campaign, the network of activists he has created remains a potent tool for progressives.
CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood has covered nine presidential campaigns. Here's his take on why this one may be the most memorable.
Donald Trump will reportedly address House Republican on Thursday, July 7. NBC News reports.
While many call for presidential primary reform, they'll be hard-pressed to find a satisfying solution for everyone.
"I don't think anybody who supports Donald is happy" with Trump's comment about a Mexican-American judge, Icahn told CNBC.
Hillary Clinton could chose Bernie Sanders as VP to heal the party. Here's what history says about such a "dream ticket" scenario.
The final chapter of primary competition for Hillary Clinton has unfolded far better than she could have hoped even just a few weeks ago.
The Obama administration's new retirement advice rule is a "big mistake," says Douglas Holtz-Eakin. Here's why.
Millions of Americans are making this colossal mistake when it comes to Social Security, cautions Paul Solman, co-author of "Get What's Yours."
Bernie Sanders is doing a "good thing in terms of bringing more people into the process," says Brian Fallon, national spokesperson for the Hillary Clinton campaign.
If Hillary Clinton were to lose next week's California primary by a wide margin, there could be room for Joe Biden to make a bid, says commentator Walter Isaacson.
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