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The White House press corps returned to the building's briefing room Tuesday after being evacuated following a "telephonic bomb threat."
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert pleaded not guilty afternoon to charges he lied to the FBI about illegal bank withdrawals.
"This problem is not going to go away—it is going to accelerate," President Obama said of attacks on U.S. computer systems.
The Russia-Ukraine crisis could last decades, the former head of NATO has warned, telling CNBC that the West should consider arming the Ukrainians.
The Supreme Court is weighing ending financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers in 34 states.
Something about Vladimir Putin makes Republicans in the U.S. presidential race see red.
A senior U.S. official denied a report that President Barack Obama had told a G-7 industrial nations' summit that the strong dollar was a problem.
The Federal Reserve cannot fully comply with a congressional subpoena, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said, according to Dow Jones.
As more dark money flows through a largely obscured system of 501(c) groups, the IRS' Form 990 is what people will be looking at in the 2016 race.
Group of Seven leaders meet on Sunday in the Bavarian Alps for a summit overshadowed by Greece's debt crisis and ongoing violence in Ukraine.
Gawker Media's CEO, Nick Denton, said on Friday that he is not disturbed by his staff's vote to unionize.
The breach announced on Thursday raises questions about the government's ability to protect itself from attacks, NBC reports.
A Fed interest rate hike seems appropriate later this year despite muted growth in the second quarter, a top official said.
The strong jobs report is a reminder that this factor may be saving the economy, says Larry Kudlow.
GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry said Friday his initiatives as Texas governor can work anywhere in the United States.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt told employees that he had assembled a committee to look into more "pro-business" locations.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry is back in the race for president. Perry has a powerful economic story to sell, but it's far from perfect.
The Fed's QE3 would have had a bigger impact if not for Washington's gridlock, former Fed official Richard Fisher tells CNBC.
Rick Perry, the former Texas governor whose 2012 campaign for the White House turned into a disaster, announced he will run for president again.
Republican Jeb Bush is planning to announce his run for the White House in 2016 on June 15 in Miami, Reuters reported on Thursday.