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Music streaming service Spotify asked U.S. lawmakers to share their playlists.
If you're an unemployed Republican, you're likely a Donald Trump supporter, according to a CNBC analysis.
Dick Kovacevich, former Wells Fargo chief, blasts Donald Trump in a CNBC interview, saying he would not vote for the billionaire businessman.
President Barack Obama will meet with U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Monday to discuss the economy and Wall Street reform.
Cruz took all 13 of the delegates up for grabs on Saturday to complete a clean sweep of the state, NBC News reports.
John Kerry paid his respects at Japan's Hiroshima, raising speculation Barack Obama might make a controversial visit in May.
Obama said Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have upset mainstream "establishment" Republicans with their insurgent campaigns.
The departure of Tepper to Florida has gotten so much attention that lawmakers are calling for changing the state's tax structure.
Former "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken told CNBC that GOP frontrunner Donald Trump may not even believe his own rhetoric.
Republican former Sen. Alan Simpson rejects criticism that the 2010 Simpson-Bowles debt reduction plan would have boosted taxes by $5 trillion.
After gliding by as Mr. Nice Guy, largely untouched by competitors, John Kasich is starting to be treated as a problem. He's fighting back.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen touted the strength of the United States economy and said she did not regret the December rate hike.
NY Fed President Bill Dudley says inflation will fall short of the Fed's 2 percent goal.
General Electric's Jeff Immelt fires back at Bernie Sanders for saying GE was among companies "destroying the moral fabric" of America.
Two presidential candidates have found a new favorite target in Silicon Valley: the maker of the iPhone.
The Republican presidential front-runner might have just found someone to support his pessimistic view.
In polling places and on airwaves, there remains a high level of uncertainty about who will be the next U.S. president. Not so on Wall Street.
The US intends to issue a long-delayed rule forcing banks to seek identities of people behind shell-companies, after the "Panama Papers".
On Wednesday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it was recalling scarves made by Ms Trump's fashion line, the Financial Times reports.
Wisconsin produced the results Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders have been dreaming of. Now what do they do?
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