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Months after saying he couldn't imagine Trump giving a State of the Union address, Obama now says "anything is possible."
"Consumers got better coverage" even as the average premiums paid for individual health plans dropped in 2014, an analysis found.
When talking about Latinos voters, the issues that come to mind are the economy and immigration, but don't lose sight of this one.
Clinton became the party's nominee following days of tension between pro-Clinton forces and delegates who supported Bernie Sanders.
We asked people at the DNC in Philly what title the former president should get if Hillary Clinton wins. (And what will he do all day in the White House?)
Billionaire George Soros has re-emerged this election cycle as a major Democratic donor, Politico reports.
For more than a year he's been allowed to spend 17 days a month at his mother's Virginia home. He will now live there full-time.
In several states, annual back-to-school sales tax holidays will be noticeably more muted this year.
Bill Clinton painted his wife and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as compassionate but tenacious.
If Russia is behind the leak of Democratic Party emails, it's not just because Putin likes Donald Trump, sources told NBC News.
The Kremlin on Wednesday dismissed allegations Russia had hacked Democratic Party emails as "horror stories" dreamt up by U.S. politicians.
Don't stay at home this November, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday night.
The nature of Democratic dissent, and thus how the party was able to respond to it, was far different than the GOP's.
Allegations that Moscow hacked Democratic Party emails appear in keeping with tactics that Putin is widely believed to use.
"The media is not even repeating the accusations made by the Clinton campaign," says one Russian journalist, "instead, ignoring them."
After the Republican convention, just 52 percent of respondents to a small CNBC survey believe Hillary Clinton will prevail over Donald Trump.
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As you watch the first debate on Monday night, keep an eye out for the "fake excuse." CNBC senior columnist Jake Novak explains.
Here are the five questions moderator Lester Holt must ask Clinton and Trump at the first presidential debate, says Jake Novak.
The first presidential debate Monday may be a near-term catalyst for stocks, if one candidate or other looks set to break out.