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Carly Fiorina defended her record at Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday during the Republican debate.
Gov. John Kasich took aim at his fellow republicans Wednesday night, calling their tax plans a "fantasy" and "just crazy."
Carly Fiorina proposed taking the U.S. tax code from its current 73,000 pages down to three pages, she said on Wednesday.
Donald Trump says his biggest weakness is that he trusts people too much.
Highlights from the preliminary Republican debate.
The candidates' position on Obamacare will be "very important" to 41 percent of voters, according to an insuranceQuotes.com survey.
Republican presidential hopefuls took an ax to President Barack Obama's foreign policy, particularly on relations with China.
Washington is a "corrupt insider game," said former New York Gov. George Pataki on Wednesday.
In a preliminary Republican debate on Wednesday, Graham said the corporate tax rate needs to be lower so companies don't go abroad.
The candidates discussed wide range of topics, including job growth, taxes, retirement and the economy.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal voiced his displeasure with the tentative budget deal.
The House has passed a bipartisan budget-and-debt deal that prevents an unprecedented government default.
Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan has been officially nominated by his party to serve as the next Speaker of the House, NBC News reports.
The central bank cited weakness in exports and soft inflation as reasons to continue its historically easy monetary policy.
Donald Trump faces the risk that Ben Carson will corner the outsider vote if he wins the Iowa Caucus, former GOP campaign adviser Kevin Hassett says.
Existing Obamacare customers who switched plans for 2015 saved an average of almost $400 per year in premiums.
The campaign war chest isn't what it used to be. A CNBC review of candidate spending shows that money can't buy voter support.
We analyzed the Republican debates. Take our interactive quiz to find out which candidate you sound most like.
Donald Trump's policy proposals would actually reduce economic growth, says Glenn Hubbard, an advisor to rival Jeb Bush, ahead of the CNBC debate.
GOP candidates sent CNBC videos describing their positions. Here's what they said.