The proportion of voters who think the country is headed in the wrong direction has risen to 65 percent, a NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll finds.» Read More
Wednesday's tax deadline features some new Obamacare-related chores that need to be completed.
Sen. Marco Rubio announced his presidential bid to the public on Monday from Miami, marking the third official Republican campaign.
Hillary Clinton is fighting for everyday Americans, a PAC advisor said, telling a Wall Street strategist, "It's probably not you."
In the wake of a dispute that gridlocked key California ports, Scott was in Los Angeles courting companies hurt by the impasse.
A senior Fed official has warned that last autumn's "flash crash" in US Treasurys could happen again, the FT reports.
Marco Rubio now has an opportunity to present himself as everything Hillary Clinton is not. Here's how, Politico's Ben White explains.
Here's the big challenge for Hillary Clinton and Republicans in 2016, according to former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and ex-Obama chief of staff Bill Daley.
Hillary Clinton has already taken an early lead in this key area.
College tuition is on the rise, and University of California President Janet Napolitano says she knows why.
As a non-incumbent, Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest chance to win the White House. That doesn't mean she will win. Here's why.
The government has appointed Comerica as administrator for President Obama's myRA savings scheme but no private employers have signed up.
The two now could now cross paths at the two-day Summit of the Americas in Panama, an encounter rife with opportunity and symbolism. NBC News reports.
About half the people who received federal money to help pay for their Obamacare insurance will repay some of that money this tax season.
Tougher sanctions are needed on Iran to make it change its terrorist ways, says Larry Kudlow.
Bankers should let financial regulations play out before decrying their effect on markets, former Rep. Barney Frank said.
Tennessee's Barrasso tells CNBC he's worried about the repercussions of lifting sanctions in exchange for a nuclear deal.
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.
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.
An estimated 6 million people will be subject to the penalty for not having health coverage in 2014. The fine is due this tax season.
Rand Paul may not be the GOP front-runner but he's doing a few things really right. Here's what the GOP should learn from him.