Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire as expected, but many were watching for which GOP hopeful could nab second place.» Read More
Hillary Clinton is laying out a new plan to rein in the rising cost of prescription drugs, seeking to build upon Obamacare.
The U.S. Senate's refusal to debate or vote on the Iran nuclear agreement is a national embarrassment, says Rep. Vern Buchanan.
A government shutdown would cost taxpayers billions, sideline small businesses and create headaches for consumers.
One unspoken agenda item as the presidents of the U.S. and China meet could be China's role on the global financial stage.
Drug stocks could take a hit if Hillary Clinton and others take action on the issue of prescription drug costs.
The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF took a visible leg down after the 10:56 a.m. ET tweet by the presidential candidate.
Mitt Romney was eviscerated for his work record of slashing and burning jobs. Can Carly Fiorina avoid the same fate? Politico's Ben White asks.
Vice President Joe Biden is dropping strong hints that he will enter the 2016 White House fray, The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.
"This is a different situation than the recent shutdown crises," Roger Altman said.
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart said the much-used "later this year" phrase is still operative for Fed tightening.
The St. Louis Fed chief told CNBC the decision to leave rates unchanged last week was a "close call."
The head of America's largest bank called the possibility of another government shutdown "just bad management,' NBC News reports.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie tells CNBC the GOP hopefuls should quit attacking each other and sharpen their assault on the Democrats.
The last time the Fed raised the key federal funds rate was in June 2006.
Barely sliding into the main-stage competition, the ascendant Carly Fiorina was the clear-cut victor of the night, just as she was in her first debate.
CNBC's John Harwood shares highlights of Wednesday night's Republican debate where frontrunner Donald Trump came under fire.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management Sr. Associate Dean for Executive Programs, discusses the confusion and happenings in the Republican debate.
The second GOP debate saw the hopefuls pile on poll leader Donald Trump and present their own case for the presidential nomination.
Stocks of companies that outspend on lobbying tend to outperform, according to data from investment firm Strategas.
The words “middle class” and “economic growth” were mentioned by the GOP debaters only four or five times, explains Larry Kudlow.