President Obama and Governor Romney have been talking almost nonstop about the importance of women: women's rights, women in the workplace, choice, salaries, flextime, small business, motherhood, hairspray, the pros and cons of Latisse - Now women are talking back.
The battle for a 4-year stay at the White House has an enormous price tag, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are spending a combined $26.86 every second this election cycle, as a binge of campaign spending deluges voters with rallies, banners, and of course, TV ads.
Apple earnings and a Microsoft product launch keeps technology names at the forefront Thursday in a market that has been mostly punishing the sector for the last month.
Campaign talk about taxes and deficits may have obscured what is arguably the nation’s biggest challenge: breaking out of a decade of income stagnation that has afflicted the middle class and the poor and exacerbated inequality, The New York Times reports.
GE Chairman Jeff Immelt warns Washington against diving over the "fiscal cliff," telling CNBC on Wednesday that the issue was a needless “distraction” at the wrong time.
Fed officials, huddling in Washington for a second day Wednesday, are likely to be discussing how to tweak policy later in the year. Those changes could include a new way of communicating their low rate policy, and what they will do when their Operation Twist ends in December.
Foreign-born entrepreneurs, who traditionally moved to the U.S. to start companies, are now opting to return home, in large part because of difficulties getting a work visa.
The final presidential debate was supposed to be about foreign policy, but the candidates often tried to shift the focus to domestic issues like the economy. And as the debate lurched back and forth around the world, the facts were sometimes taken for a ride.
Sen. Rand Paul, (R-KY), talks about government bloat, and why he thinks Fed policy harasses everyday Americans. Also, Robert Shrum, Democratic strategist, weighs in.
Real estate magnate and Republican political figure Donald Trump told CNBC he has a major announcement to make Wednesday concerning the presidential race.
Sen. John Kerry, weighs in on last night's sparring between President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney came in peace. He said he wanted better education, more financial aid, gender equality and rule of law, and he was talking about the Middle East, not the Midwest.
Sen. Robert Portman, (R-OH), weighs in on last night's foreign policy debate, and explains why he thinks Mitt Romney is best suited to lead the country, with Robert Shrum, Daily Beast columnist.
Robert Shrum, Daily Beast columnist, discusses last night's debate on foreign policy, and weighs in on which candidate is better for the U.S. economy.
CNBC's John Harwood, reports the highlights from last night's presidential debate on foreign policy.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama deliver their closing statements at the end of their third debate during the 2012 Presidential campaign.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama discuss the policies of the last four years and what each candidate will do to address the financial and global challenges the country faces.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama discuss the greatest threats to the national security of this country, including violent extremists and potential economic threats from China.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama discuss whether Pakistan's support for terrorist groups means it's time to sever ties with the nation. Also, developing relationships with other countries in the region.