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Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin received the highest negative ratings in the new NBC News/WSJ poll on Wednesday, narrowly beating out the news media.
Hillary Clinton heads toward the first general election debate in strong position against Donald Trump in their battle for the presidency.
Donald Trump said he would consider using "stop-and-frisk" policing methods to cut crime if elected, according to sources.
Last month, the NBC-WSJ survey of registered voters showed Clinton leading Trump 47 percent to 38 percent.
Wells Fargo and Mylan make beating up Wall Street and big corporations is politically profitable again, says Jake Novak.
If history is any indication, retailers could see a double-digit sales lift as shoppers focus on the holidays and release pent-up demand.
A new poll suggests U.S. troops are more likely to vote for Donald Trump or Gary Johnson than for Hillary Clinton.
Jake Novak says if the election were held today, Trump would beat Clinton. The question is: Can he hang on to the momentum? Or, will he blow it?
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton remains by far the favored candidate among hedge-fund managers.
CNN on Wednesday denied reports that it suspended contributor Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump's former campaign manager.
Hillary Clinton's problem with millennials may have roots in an issue larger than the candidate herself, says Jeff Stein.
An internet entrepreneur is entering the media industry to investigate the nature of Trump's relationship with Putin.
Bill Clinton tells CNBC he's changed his mind about the corporate tax code.
The two U.S. presidential hopefuls should avoid anti-Kremlin rhetoric, the chief executive of Russian bank VTB told CNBC.
Donald Trump's campaign spending spiked in August, but it still looked frugal compared with recent nominees' spending.
Donald Trump's campaign spending rose significantly in August, also taking in more money than the previous month.
As you watch the first debate on Monday night, keep an eye out for the "fake excuse." CNBC senior columnist Jake Novak explains.
Here are the five questions moderator Lester Holt must ask Clinton and Trump at the first presidential debate, says Jake Novak.
The first presidential debate Monday may be a near-term catalyst for stocks, if one candidate or other looks set to break out.