Labor Secretary Thomas Perez tells CNBC that gains are creating an undeniable tailwind in the economy, but there is still work to be done on wages.» Read More
Bill Richardson tells CNBC he's not ready to endorse the wife of his former boss should she seek the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
Congress may have bailed out Wall Street, but it's in no mood to bail out retirees at risk of losing their pensions.
The House passed the federal spending bill after lawmakers on both sides spent hours drumming up support.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi mounted a last-ditch effort to block a spending bill, sparking fresh fears of a looming government shutdown.
Congressional Democrats objected to some provisions tucked into a $1.1 trillion spending bill, keeping the risk of a shutdown alive.
He said the decline is "like a tax cut to the economy" and praised U.S. oil production as a "great success story."
An appearance by venture capitalist Peter Thiel was cut short at UC Berkeley by demonstrators protesting police killings in Missouri and New York.
Many people thought Rick Perry snuffed out his national future when he blanked at a presidential debate and shrugged, "Oops." But Perry's not among them.
The latest assault on private pensions may be coming from the U.S. Congress
While political focus was on a Senate Intelligence Committee report, Congress snuck in two measures to its must-pass spending bill. NBC News reports.
Ken Langone says he's going to do "everything possible" to help Chris Christie get the 2016 GOP presidential nomination should the he decide to run.
Ex-Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the name "Obamacare" is a "very bad brand" that should be scrapped.
CNBC's second Millionaire Survey reveals that Hillary Clinton is a top choice for president in the 2016 election. Jeb Bush comes in second.
Congressional negotiators resolved policy disputes to reach a deal for a $1.1 trillion spending bill on Tuesday but may still need a stop-gap extension to avoid a government shutdown on Thursday.
Los Angeles and San Francisco filed a consumer protection suit against Uber, accusing the car service provider of unlawful business practices.
Jonathan Gruber apologized repeatedly for a series of verbal gaffes about Obamacare, but urged people not to hold it against the law itself.
A government shutdown is unlikely because Congress wants to forget the 113th session ever happened, Politico's Ben White says.
Just when market participants started to adjust to the Federal Reserve being on hold even longer than originally expected comes a bit of a twist.
Appearing on Colbert, President Obama spills the beans about what Malia and Sasha think about his appearance and reveals another dirty secret.