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House Speaker John Boehner, under fire from conservatives over a government shutdown, said Friday he will resign from Congress at the end of October.
In the wake of House Speaker John Boehner's surprise resignation announcement, here's what will happen.
Candidate Jeb Bush tells CNBC's John Harwood despite an underwhelming performance so far, he is not about to slow down now.
Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush shares with CNBC's John Harwood his views on tax reform, his brother's legacy and the country's racial divide.
Rep. Steny Hoyer says Democrats would cooperate with Republicans on a spending bill if the parties can agree on a "reasonable" path forward.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen may have slightly recalibrated expectations for a rate rise, by saying she personally anticipates a hike this year.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen had a brief health scare after a speech in which she left the door open for a rate hike this year.
In a historic presentation to Congress, Pope Francis urged lawmakers to take "courageous actions" on global warming, poverty and the refugee crisis.
"To say that you're not going to engage in an act of war in peacetime seems a little odd," one analyst said of a hinted deal.
Donald Trump is looking more serious day by day, but "is he a winner? I don't know," Jack Welch tells CNBC.
Despite a drop in biotech stocks this week after talk about price gouging, an analyst said Wednesday that the sector remains a good investment.
Rackspace's chief security officer said Wednesday the United States should impose sanctions on China in response to alleged cyber attacks.
Pope Francis and President Barack Obama are set to hold private talks at the White House on the first full day of his first visit to the U.S.
After declining to take a position, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she opposes the Keystone XL pipeline. NBC reports.
Mike Huckabee tells CNBC he's in the GOP race "for the long haul," despite Scott Walker's call for other candidates to follow his lead and drop out.
Peppering Trump with questions and wisecracks during his appearance, the CBS host reduced the usually domineering Trump to straight-man status.
"It's been a rough couple of weeks and a decision needed to be made," one insider says.
Some see Pope Francis as being unjustly critical of a global economy he sees as disregarding the vulnerable. Are his critics correct?
People and brands are seeking out mobile messaging marketing companies to create custom emojis to reach and get data on millennials.
Hillary Clinton is laying out a new plan to rein in the rising cost of prescription drugs, seeking to build upon Obamacare.