"I am sympathetic to the concerns that they faced. Having said all that, yes, I think they made a mistake," Obama said of Sony's decision.» Read More
Detroit's bankruptcy plan will help, but the city still faces huge challenges to set itself on a sustainable path.
Buried deep inside Tuesday's exit polls is a series of numbers on presidential contenders that will blow your mind, says Larry Kudlow.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a new challenge to President Barack Obama's health care law.
A U.S. judge confirmed the Detroit plan to adjust its debt and exit the biggest-ever municipal bankruptcy on Friday.
People hoping for an era of good feelings and accomplishment in the next Congress will be very disappointed.
The Cleveland Fed president said she sees the first rate hike coming sometime next year, though she refused to put a timetable on the move.
Sen. John Barrasso, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, tells CNBC the president fails to realize what happened in the midterms.
Gov. Rick Perry said abuse of power charges aren't affecting his job as he made his first court appearance, NBC News reports.
Rhode Island candidate for governor Bob Healy took 22 percent of the vote with just a $35 campaign, The Washington Post said.
Issues expected to get a new look include a corporate tax overhaul, environmental and financial regulation, trade deals and the Keystone oil pipeline.
Even guys who had to bear the weight of the world on their shoulders can laugh a little, too.
Colorado and Oregon ballot measures to label food products that have GMOs were defeated, but proponents vow to fight on.
After listening to comments from President Barack Obama, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow said on his current track, the president was facing “a rat’s nest" of woes.
President Barack Obama said he is eager to work with the new Congress to make the next few years as productive as possible.
The GOP breakthrough in the midterms represents a setback for the president and changes the outlook for issues key to business.
Investors say shares of coal and natural gas companies, and medical device makers, have not yet fully priced in the Republican blowout in the election.
With many foreign policy issues overshadowed by wider global forces, don't expect major shifts under the GOP-controlled Senate.
Republicans likely will use their new-found power to take on a variety of issues, but none more so than tax reform.
Some investors salivate when midterm elections cycle through because they are turning to a very simple strategy to profit from the political season.
More regions have joined Colorado and Washington state in allowing recreational marijuana use. Businesses in turn are hoping for revenue and jobs.
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