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As the debt ceiling approaches, one trader says it could lead to some big bargains in the stock market.
Billionaire businessman Ken Langone, a supporter of Republican Chris Christie for president, speaks highly of Donald Trump.
Without federal action, Puerto Rico "could easily become a humanitarian crisis," a top Treasury counselor said on Capitol Hill.
A supermajority of the House's firebrand conservative Republicans threw its support behind Paul Ryan to be the next speaker.
Congress is proposing giveaways to the auto and trucking industries despite record auto recalls and rising highway deaths.
Paul Ryan would only seek the job if he receives a clear message from the badly splintered Republican caucus that it would support him.
The Pentagon is hardly broke but it has less money this year than it used to have and less money than it expected.
The big defense companies start reporting earnings on Tuesday, but industry watchers expect only modest increases in earnings.
Email scandal? Forget it. It's another BS scandal drummed up by the GOP against Hillary Clinton, says James Carville.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells CNBC he worries that waiting to the last minute to raise the nation's borrowing authority could result in a terrible accident.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act? Unlikely. Reforming it? Possible.
Americans are sending big dollars to the government. More than one-third of fiscal year 2015's taxes came from individuals.
Here's why 42 GOP reps crossed the Tea Party to save the Ex-Im Bank, says Rep. Gwen Moore.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Thursday the U.S. debt limit will be exhausted Nov. 3, two days before previously estimated.
The U.S. House of Representatives could attempt to pass legislation this month raising the amount the federal government is allowed to borrow.
Of all the issues in the 2016 Republican presidential race, immigration has been the most influential — and not in the way party leaders want.
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