WASHINGTON, March 14- The Republican-run U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a bipartisan deal to spare doctors from a looming Medicare pay cut but included a provision to undermine Obamacare, which critics said was a non-starter in the Democratic-controlled Senate.» Read More
Herman Cain remains even with Mitt Romney for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination as GOP candidates prepare to face off at Wednesday night’s CNBC debate.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo and John Harwood will be working the candidates at the GOP presidential debate in Michigan.
If a politician in the 2012 election is looking for a way into many a voter's heart, there may be no easier way than to propose a repeal of the alternative minimum tax. But both major parties seem anxious to avoid the issue.
There's a number of big issues out there that will have a bearing on the economic well-being of Americans, and voters are beginning to wonder where the presidential candidates stand on some of them.
Herman Cain is losing luster among Republicans. After initially holding up well in polls in the face of unproven accusations of sexual misconduct, his favorability ratings are starting to fade. His campaign may survive this controversy but it may be time for Mr. Cain to exit.
President Obama said world leaders have made important progress at the G20 summit to put their economic recoveries on firmer footing, adding that all countries have an enormous stake in the outcome of Europe's debt crisis.
For those who don’t follow the daily news flow, there are a series of nationally televised debates to get to know the candidates and issues.
Presidential Candidate Ron Paul talks to Larry Kudlow about the Fed's latest move and says Ben Bernanke is doing "exactly opposite of what he should be doing."
Oakland University's students, anxious about their post-college job prospects, are eager to hear what the GOP candidates have to say on Nov 9.
Alastair Newton, Senior Political Analyst at Nomura talks about the dire situation and risks that come with a Greek referendum.
Will the Supercommittee be able to cut $4 trillion from the deficit, with Jonathan Capehart, The Washington Post; James Pethokoukis, CNBC contributor; Deroy Murdock, Scripps Howard columnist; and CNBC's Bill Griffeth.
The creator of Herman Cain's 999 plan, Rich Lowrie, shares insight on the presidential candidate's economic message.
These are the rules of the road for the Republican presidential debate at Oakland University, Nov. 9, 2011.
If Herman Cain feels his management skills are up to any challenge, some of his former staff members think he should have started with the disorder in his own campaign. The New York Times reports.
Presidential candidate Rick Perry dismissed criticism his flat tax would raise taxes for the middle class, saying his economic plan will “lower taxes across the board.” He’s also looking to pull back every regulation that’s been implemented since the 2008 financial crisis.
We want to know what you would ask the candidates at CNBC's Your Money, Your Vote Republican Presidential Debate on November 9 at 8p ET. Here's how you can send us your suggested question on jobs, housing, the economy, taxes, or your money.
Republican presidential candidates are issuing biting and sustained attacks on the federal courts and the role they play in American life. The New York Times reports.
9-9-9 Plan is perfect in that it so simple, it sells itself.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has called on the United States to show leadership on the global economic recovery at the next G20 Summit to be held in Nice, France next month.
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