Mary Ann Tighe, CBRE Tri-State CEO, and Stephen Ross, Related Companies chairman, discuss whether the political season has impacted the real estate market and where they are seeing strength and weakness. It's really about price, says Tighe.
Despite Trump's constant China-bashing, Beijing would rather see him as president than Hillary Clinton, China watcher Leland Miller tells CNBC.
Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal, explains why he thinks Hillary Clinton will likely win the election.
Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal, discusses Monday's debate and the contrast between the two candidates.
Sen. Chris Coons, (D-Del.), discusses why he thinks Donald Trump is not prepared to lead the nation, and lawmakers need to work together to get the business of the country done.
When it comes to fundamental budget issues, we still remain far apart, says Sen. Chris Coons, (D-Del.), discussing why lawmakers are unable to find agreement as a government shutdown looms.
CNBC's John Harwood reports a record number of people tuned in to view the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. And Harwood breaks down the latest poll numbers.
With the U.S. election looming, geopolitical concerns continue to dominate as a key market risk.
Asia markets finished mixed on Wednesday, with Japanese shares selling off amid a relatively stronger yen.
Former campaign manager of President Obama said Donald Trump needs to do something to change his trajectory.
In a new poll, 52 percent of likely voters declared Hillary Clinton Clinton the winner, while 21 percent said Trump won.
The investor is supporting Clinton even though he doesn't see her as the agent of change the country needs.
This election is hardly in the bag for Clinton, says "Young Turks" reporter Jordan Chariton. Here's where she remains vulnerable.
The debate was more embarrassing than illuminating, says senior columnist Jake Novak. And the biggest loser is...
At the debate, he was the Donald Trump we came to know in the primaries. And that Donald Trump can't win, Politico's Ben White says.
There was no clear winner or loser in Monday's debate, said Mark Grant, managing director at Hilltop Securities.