The sheer size of the growing GOP field suggests a long and grueling campaign with a nominee not coming until much later, Politico's Ben White says.» Read More
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.
Portland sued Uber to stop the fast-growing ride-hailing service from operating in the Oregon city until it follows local regulations.
Federal profiling on the basis of religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation and gender identity will be banned, NBC News reports.
The latest anti-Russia resolution from the House is one of the worst pieces of legislation I can remember, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
Consumers are enjoying extra money in their pockets thanks to lower gas, but at least one politician has an idea how that windfall should be used.
Clashes between protesters and police continued over the death of a black man at the hands of police.
It could have been something as simple as a barking dog that alerted the al Qaeda guards as U.S. special operations forces approached the compound.
Ron Klain, the Democratic power broker appointed by President Barack Obama to manage the U.S. response to Ebola, is set to depart his job in March.
Friday's turbocharged jobs headline came thanks to seasonal adjustments and other wizardry at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Buffett's contribution to a presumed Clinton presidential run is not as big a departure from his anti-PAC principles as it appears.
Ashton Carter, who faces Senate confirmation, was deputy secretary from 2011 to 2013.
Mitt Romney's tone has changed in the last month, indicating he will make a third run for the White House, Politico's Ben White says.
Job creation surged in November, with the U.S. economy adding a dazzling 321,000 positions though the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent.
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