It certainly seemed like a blockbuster: A criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton by the Justice Department was being sought by two federal inspectors general. The NYT reports.» Read More
New initiatives from President Obama offer new student loan protections and repayment options. Could you benefit?
Voters think some candidates represent the past rather than the future, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds.
The Fed should end its monetary policy and raise rates, followed by gradual moves higher, the Dallas Fed head said in his last speech as a policymaker.
Almost 11.7 million people have signed up for government health insurance exchange plans this year, officials said Monday.
The White House decried arrests made as Venezuelans protested in response to limited access to basic goods.
The U.S. Supreme Court has thrown out an appeals court decision on Obamacare's contraception mandate that had favored the White House.
The Congressional Budget Office said Monday that costs from Obamacare are now estimated to be 11 percent lower through 2025 than recently projected.
The CIA plans a sweeping organizational overhaul, sharpening its focus on cyber operations and incorporating digital innovations, its director said.
Former HHS Secretary Donna Shalala has been tapped to run the Clinton Foundation as Hillary Clinton prepares for her 2016 presidential bid.
The IRS can, and likely, will continue subsidies for HealthCare.gov customers temporarily if the Supreme Court says they're illegal, a tax expert says.
It might be time for a military man in the White House—a man like Rick Perry—says Larry Kudlow.
Labor Secretary Thomas Perez tells CNBC that gains are creating an undeniable tailwind in the economy, but there is still work to be done on wages.
The Hillary Clinton email story may fade in coming weeks, but it won't go away entirely, Politico's Ben White says.
Unless Congress takes action, the U.S. will hit its debt limit on Mar. 16, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew wrote in a Friday letter.
The Fed should not wait too long to raise rates, a top U.S. central banker said, because doing so could mean "drastically" overshooting on inflation.
The massive QE programs in the U.S. have not led to an overvalued stock market, though there may be overheated pockets, Alan Greenspan tells CNBC.
Some are arguing Congress is pocketing a subsidized health-care care perk intended for small-business owners.
"I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them..." Clinton tweeted. NBCNews reports.
Supreme Court justices asked some pointed questions for the lawyer whose clients want to undo billions of dollars of aid for HealthCare.gov customers.
The latest Obamacare case before the Supreme Court is forcing justices to decide just how big a mess they are willing to create.