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Sources say Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy for president of the United States "as early as Sunday," NBC News reports.
Voters have selected four women to replace Andrew Jackson's face on $20 bill, USA Today reports.
Tennessee's Barrasso tells CNBC he's worried about the repercussions of lifting sanctions in exchange for a nuclear deal.
A bill now making its way through the U.S. Congress is designed to shut off North Korea, and anyone who deals with it, from the U.S. dollar.
The higher you go up the income ladder, the greater share of income comes from capital gains, a new study finds.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and presidential candidate sat down in Houston to talk with CNBC's John Harwood. Here's what he had to say.
Ted Cruz isn't worried about the caricature that media has invented for him because he's confident that the American people will make their own judgment.
The U.S. government has tracked phone calls to about 116 countries linked with drug trafficking during the past 20 years, USA Today reports.
Computer hackers affiliated with Russia breached sensitive parts of the White House digital system, CNN reported.
The Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank is positioning itself as an Asia-centric alternative to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
A widespread power outage reportedly affected much of Washington D.C. Tuesday, including White House and the State Department facilities.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul announced Tuesday morning on his website that he will seek the presidency.
Laurence Tribe has emerged as the leading legal opponent of Obama's ambitious efforts to fight global warming, the NYT reports.
Some GOP members say the Fed needs to be reined in as it has abandoned caution trying to stimulate the economy, the NYT reports.
In a political world where candidates nearly always follow the party line on every issue, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has broken the mold.
The industries that will most immediately benefit are those that have been hit by sanctions meant to bring Iran to the negotiating table.
An economist tells CNBC that negotiations that could lead to sanctions relief for Iran could also be bearish for oil prices.
Rev. Robert H. Schuller, who transformed his drive-in theater preaching into an empire, died at 88, the New York Times reports.
The agreed framework for a nuclear deal with Iran would make the world a safer place if implemented, President Barack Obama said.
The Obama administration launched the first-ever sanctions program to punish those outside the U.S. that are engaged in malicious cyberattacks.