Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of making "one of the most brazen attempt at distraction in the history of politics," NBC reports. » Read More
Led by Civil Rights veteran Rep. John Lewis, House Democrats are trying to force a vote on gun control, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump delivered a speech billed as an attack on Hillary Clinton's record. NBC News offers a fact check.
Marco Rubio will run for re-election for his Florida Senate seat, reversing his decision to leave Capitol Hill, NBC News reports.
Democrat Ed Rendell discusses the credibility of Donald Trump's attack on Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump will lambast Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as a failed secretary of state who is out of step with Americans on trade and immigration.
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan unveiled a Republican agenda that would repeal Obamacare but keep some of its more popular provisions.
It's lonely supporting Donald Trump in Washington and New York City, but not in America at large, conservative commentator Ann Coulter tells CNBC.
But Fed Governor Jay Powell tells CNBC the central bank is ready for whatever happens in Thursday's vote in Britain.
Trump's plan to "make America great again" would result in a two-year-long recession and a sharp increase in unemployment, according to Moody's.
Senator Shelby defended his vote against a bill that would have allowed the Justice Department to block firearm sales to suspected terrorists.
Billionaire Mark Cuban said that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump would do one thing if he could.
Donald Trump's campaign did not spend much in May. But a good chunk of what it did spend went to Trump companies.
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker sees "tremendous potential" in Donald Trump, but remains concerned about some of his remarks.
Donald Trump and the GOP brought in about $18.6 million in May. Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee raised more than double that.
Four gun policy measures failed to pass the 60-vote threshold to move forward in the Senate on Monday.
"Donald has proven before that he doesn't need as much money as the other candidates," Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
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