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CNBC asked leading economists Alan Krueger and Ed Lazear to weigh in on President Obama's record on jobs. Check out their arguments.
Carl Icahn, a vocal Donald Trump supporter, said Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders may have a point about the U.S. income gap.
The United States would not necessarily lose out if another currency emerged as the world's reserve currency, a top U.S. central banker said.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warned on Monday that time was running out to address the spiraling crisis in Puerto Rico, the Financial Times reports.
Donald Trump now says the rich might simply get a smaller tax cut than he originally proposed.
The presidential contender's proposals for new spending would cost $33 trillion, but only be financed by $15.3 trillion in new taxes.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump often boasts about his wealth, but he may end up with a money problem.
Neoconservative William Kristol tells CNBC he underestimated Donald Trump but still believes he should not sit in the White House.
The presumptive GOP nominee told CNN that the United States government would never default because it prints money.
Donald Trump says he's open to raising taxes on the rich, backing off his prior proposal to reduce taxes on all Americans.
Sarah Palin is harshly criticizing House Speaker Paul Ryan for withholding his support from likely Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The Federal Reserve's current 'wait and see' approach to monetary policy is appropriate, a Fed policymaker said on Monday.
As the presidential race heads to November, Main Street is watching closely for key issues and details to be addressed.
Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton an "unbelievably nasty, mean enabler" of her husband Bill Clinton, NBC News reports.
Another prominent Republican is distancing himself from Donald Trump.
Presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump just admitted that the U.S. has too much debt to afford a rate hike, market bear Peter Schiff said.
Wall Street's biggest bulls believe Donald Trump could be good for U.S. stocks if elected president.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will meet with Donald Trump next week, after both had publicly declined to support the other in recent days.
This is the second time this week that Trump has revealed a profound ignorance of an issue related to government debts, Vox reports.
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee, a GOP civil war that will break the party into pieces is fully underway, Politico's Ben White says.
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