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Federal Reserve officials provided indications Wednesday that there might be only one rate hike this year.
As the general election draws closer, people around the world will be watching closely, particularly in Mexico.
CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood has covered nine presidential campaigns. Here's his take on why this one may be the most memorable.
As Hillary Clinton heads toward the Democratic National Convention, all eyes will be on whom she will pick as her VP. Will it be Sen. Elizabeth Warren? CNBC's Phil Han reports.
Dan Rather, former "CBS Evening News" anchor, says Donald Trump can win the presidency, and supporters of Hillary Clinton should be "very, very afraid."
Hillary Clinton formally concluded the U.S. Democratic presidential race on Tuesday with a win in the District of Columbia primary,.
Billionaire distressed asset investor Wilbur Ross has explained his reasons for backing Donald Trump to be the next U.S. president.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen on why he feels Hillary Clinton trumps Donald Trump.
Double-digit proposed price increases are the norm for key Obamacare plans in 14 major U.S. cities.
President Obama says proposed restrictions on Muslims like those from Donald Trump upend "the very things that make our country great."
House Speaker Paul Ryan said he did not believe that Donald Trump's suggested ban on Muslims entering the U.S. would be in the country's best interest.
The hackers have had access to the group's communications and databases since at least last summer, NBC News reports.
The major doctors group said it wants Congress to fund research into the problem.
Donald Trump will reportedly address House Republican on Thursday, July 7. NBC News reports.
By a margin of 80 percent to 15 percent, respondents to the June CNBC Fed Survey think Clinton will win the election.
Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump is "light versus darkness," says onetime Democratic presidential candidate Bill Bradley.
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