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If Donald Trump did build an immigration wall, it would cost billions. Would it be worth the money?
Rates are still likely to rise this year but that could change if the global economy pushes the U.S. economy off course, the Fed vice chairman said.
Nevermind a government shutdown. The looming fight over the debt ceiling could create an even bigger mess.
Republican branding problems and stances on social issues could keep this group from turning out.
A strong majority say the Affordable Care Act will play an important role in their vote.
The House got enough votes to possibly reauthorize the Export-Import Bank's charter.
Making Paul Ryan speaker would solve a lot of problems. So what's the holdup?, asks Larry Kudlow.
Rep. Darrell Issa tells CNBC he's considering putting his name in the hat as a candidate for speaker of the House.
The billionaire tech impresario said in a tweet he may run for the House's top spot.
The world's confidence in the U.S. could disappear quickly if Congress falters with economic issues.
Now that Kevin McCarthy has withdrawn his bid for speaker, who are the next most likely candidates?
McCarthy's withdrawal throws further uncertainty on congressional leadership ahead of crucial budget negotiations.
Market action in August has raised some questions about a slowing global economy for the second-half of the year, William Dudley said Friday.
Countries that spend much less on health care tend to see better overall health outcomes than the U.S.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's plan aims to tackle excessive risk-taking in the financial sector.
Volkswagen America CEO Michael Horn apologizes on Capitol Hill and says VW is "determined to make things right."
President Obama held a Summit at the White House to address challenges facing the changing fabric of America's workforce.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she doesn't support a key trade deal backed by the Obama administration.
Twitter is now a powerful and relevant tool for presidential campaigns. We look at the candidates - and their engagement - on the social media site.
As a joint federal-state program serving the poor, Medicaid stands on narrower, shakier ground. That's especially true in the GOP presidential race.