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Donald Trump and Jeb Bush aren't done talking about George W. Bush just yet.
Whether its Jeb or Hillary in the White House, here's why tax reform will be the big winner in 2016, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
Here are four ways to get low-income families better access to broadband and close the "homework gap," says Jamal Simmons.
Rubio has put a sweeping tax reform plan at the center of his White House campaign. He sat down with CNBC'S John Harwood in Detroit.
Harvard Business School continues to be the gold standard for business leadership in Wall Street, Silicon Valley and other major sectors.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative tweets on the top stories. This morning viewers commented on the coming together of the two former presidents and share their feelings on millennials.
Jeb Bush doesn’t think much of publicly financed presidential campaigns, at least according to his recently released tax returns.
Media consultant Mark Macias says it will be a total disaster if Donald Trump gets a spot in any presidential debate.
The Donald Trump-Neil Young kerfuffle over a song isn't the first sour note between politicians and musicians. For some other instances, click ahead.
In announcing his bid for president, Jeb Bush declared his goals of four percent growth for the American economy and 19 million new jobs.
Jeb Bush hasn't met the high expectations set for him, says this media consultant. But there is something he can do about it.
Here's how Marco Rubio could use his money issues as an advantage against other presidential candidates, says media consultant Mark Macias.
More than half of Americans think Hillary Clinton is not honest. Here's what media consultant Mark Macias says she needs to win them back.
Something about Vladimir Putin makes Republicans in the U.S. presidential race see red.
Jeb Bush is simply determined to run for president his way and not bow to political customs unless he absolutely must. NBC reports.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership does not include a provision that would prevent currency manipulation, Democratic economist Jared Bernstein tells CNBC.
Ted Cruz isn't worried about the caricature that media has invented for him because he's confident that the American people will make their own judgment.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul announced Tuesday morning on his website that he will seek the presidency.
In a political world where candidates nearly always follow the party line on every issue, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has broken the mold.