But the SEC has alleged that behind the scenes, he cheated investors out of $80 million to fund a "debauched" jet-setting lifestyle. Their investments were largely used to pay personal expenses for Faulkner, his associates, family and friends, the SEC alleged. But after raising funds, Faulkner did little drilling and instead racked up millions in credit card...
Marco Rubio will run for re-election for his Florida Senate seat, reversing his decision to leave Capitol Hill, NBC News reports.
Presidential candidates weighed in after an overnight attack in Orlando, Fla. that officials say has left at least 50 dead.
That's what happens when you choose from the two least substantial, most universally despised candidates in presidential history.
NEW YORK/ WELLINGTON, May 16- Erik Duhaime is a passive stock market investor, but he isn't afraid to short Donald Trump or go long on Hillary Clinton. "This is probably one of the ways I restrain myself from being active in the stock market," said Duhaime, a PhD student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, who checks the site a few times a...
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump can beat Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Dan Quayle tells CNBC.
The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.
*Trump to address critical issues, campaign says. WASHINGTON, April 27- Donald Trump will set aside his bad-boy antics on Wednesday and, with the help of a teleprompter to keep him on message, outline what his foreign policies would be if he is elected U.S. president in November, campaign aides say. "I'm probably the last on the trigger," Trump told ABC's "Good Morning...
It may be Hillary Clinton's convention, but on a blistering Sunday supporters of Bernie Sanders took over Philadelphia with hot anger.
Hillary Clinton thinks Republican National Convention rallying cries to throw her in jail "felt very sad."
Mike Bloomberg will endorse former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton out of concerns about the candidacy of Donald Trump, reports say.
DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz will resign under intense pressure from a leaked trove of emails.
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