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Trump's campaign released a letter from his doctor describing him as being "in excellent physical health."
Hillary Clinton released records providing details about her health — hours after Donald Trump offered new information in an appearance on the "Dr. Oz Show."
CNBC asked a voting turnout specialist what he will be looking for during the early voting polls. His answers may surprise you.
Trump blasts Ford's announcement that it is moving all small-car production to Mexico.
Americans blame political gridlock in Washington for declining economic competitiveness and hold both Democrats and Republicans responsible.
Hillary Clinton's campaign unleashed a barrage of questions for Donald Trump about potential conflicts of interest.
Clinton's campaign released the nominee's medical records amid concerns about her health, NBC News reports.
Robby Mook tells CNBC Hillary Clinton had tried to "power through it." He calls Donald Trump's health disclosures thus far a "joke."
Jim Chanos, who once shorted Enron, calls Donald Trump's companies his easiest short sales.
John Kerry briefs lawmakers on the new goal, a 57 percent increase since 2015, The Washington Post reports.
Colin Powell called GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump "a national disgrace" and "international pariah."
A win for U.S. presidential candidate Trump could have grave implications for the world’s largest economy, according to Oxford Economics.
A Trump presidency would see a more robust business climate, according to Icahn's view of the political world.
Eric Schneiderman told CNN of concerns of "impropriety" at the Donald J. Trump Foundation relating to rules governing non-profits.
The 2016 election lacks substance and has started to look like a "food fight," Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman said.
Given a menu of all the challenges facing economic growth, the former Treasury secretary believes the U.S. political situation is the worst.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.