Mr. Trump tends to make fraudulent claims, supporting them with unsubstantiated information. The NYT reports.
With the unemployment rate at 4.7 percent, the U.S. economy has reached full employment, Williams said.
Questions surrounding Scott Pruitt's tactics with big business have surfaced, The New York Times reports.
John Eade, Argus Research, discusses what will happen to Lockheed's stock following the CEO's meeting with President-Elect Trump today.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) answers questions about the federal budget, Obamacare and taxes at his weekly press conference.
Analysts and politicians have denounced a law that they say offers a tax shelter for rich government appointees. But that’s not how the rule works.
JPMorgan's Dimon says strong economy will speed interest rate hikes
The bond market has been remarkably resilient in the face of dire warnings of inflationary pressures.
A truck rammed into a crowd of soldiers on a popular promenade in Jerusalem Sunday, killing at least four and wounding 15, NBC News reports.
With Jared Kushner laying the groundwork for a White House role, his business dealings are under scrutiny, The NY Times reports.
Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr., (D-N.J.), provides his thoughts on Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Trump's tax plans and finding common ground on both sides of the aisle.
Rep. John Yarmuth, (D-Ky.), talks about "confusion" in Congress over President-elect Trump's policies and where the political parties can find bipartisan agreement.
Mitch Daniels, Purdue University president and former Indiana governor, talks about the importance of reducing the nation's rising debt and securing the country's fiscal future.
US home prices hit a new peak in October, though the data-provider warned that the pace of growth cannot continue forever.
Former Sen. Judd Gregg,(R-N.H.), explains why it's important to get support from both sides of the aisle of tax reform.
Mick Mulvaney's views could create friction with crucial pieces of Trump's platform, like boosting infrastructure and defense spending.
In addition to the Fed raising rates this week, 44 percent of respondents see a May hike, too.
The Senate late Friday backed legislation averting a government shutdown as coal-state Democrats retreated on retired miners' benefits.
Corporate executives across America has read the writing on the wall: It is time to hunker down as Trump seeks to fulfill campaign pledges.
President-elect Trump's jobs adviser list is missing a key name.