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Donald Trump has hit back at Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed bin Talal who said the business magnate should withdraw from the presidential race.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey found 34 percent of respondents "very worried" about a major terror attack in the United States.
Presidential GOP candidate Lindsey Graham denounced Donald Trump’s plans on how to fight ISIS.
Larry Kudlow says seal the US borders and end visas. He admits it's not his usual position but, he says, "This is war."
Congressional negotiators edged closer to a historic deal to lift a 40-year-old ban on U.S. crude oil exports as part of a government spending bill.
A solid majority of Americans opposes Donald Trump's plan to halt entry of Muslims into the U.S., a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll said.
Middle-class Americans are now outnumbered by those above and below them and are "falling behind financially," according to new analysis.
The CNBC Millionaire Survey found that 26 percent of Republicans support Rubio.
Donald Trump has accused Nicola Sturgeon of failing to appreciate his greatness after the government dropped him as an adviser, the FT reports.
Signs are emerging of a global backlash against Donald Trump and his luxury brand. Experts say his campaign rhetoric could be hurting his business.
The libertarian former presidential candidate says Donald Trump's popularity is big trouble for the Republican Party.
Griffin deliberated for months over which candidate to support, giving $100,000 to PACs supporting Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
Trump could lose millions if his call to ban Muslims from the U.S. causes his Middle Eastern associates to pull their partnerships. NBCNews reports.
"We will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you," Mark Zuckerberg tells Muslims on Facebook.
Londoners take offense to Donald Trump's assertion that British police are too scared to go into certain "radicalized" parts of the U.K. capital.
Steve Forbes says Americans aren't worried about income inequality.
Opponents of affirmative action in college admissions hope they can cripple the measure when the Supreme Court takes up the issue.
About 1 million of the more than 2.8 million sign-ups so far have come from new customers.
The crash in crude prices has blown open a big hole in the budgets of big oil-producing states.
About 3.5 million people could pay less for health insurance than what the fine for being uninsured would cost.