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Larry Kudlow has some serious concerns about Donald Trump's economic plan—and how some policies would hurt the economy.
A $225 million deal between Gov. Chris Christie's administration and ExxonMobil over dozens of polluted sites was approved.
The 40 percent tax on high-cost health plans is expected to hit 26 percent of employers in 2018
President Barack Obama has been briefed on choppy market movement, and the Treasury Department continues to monitor developments.
Days after seeming to echo Donald Trump's call for ending birthright citizenship, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Friday said he isn't for or against the idea.
Sen. Harry Reid said that a Nevada utility, owned by Buffett's Berkshire, is proposing a potential blow to the state's rooftop solar industry.
Is Jeb Bush speaking clearly about policy challenges, or pandering to anti-immigrant voters amid the rise of Donald Trump?
Sen. Marco Rubio, a presidential hopeful, sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about his views on citizenship among other topics.
Former President Jimmy Carter is slated to begin radiation treatment for several melanoma spots on his, NBC News reports.
The Federal Reserve is putting some of its post-crisis actions under a magnifying glass and not liking everything it sees.
The White House is seeking an agreement with Cuba to begin scheduled commercial flights between the two countries as soon as December.
The proposal would cut methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 40 to 45 percent over the next decade.
By one estimate, removing all undocumented U.S. workers would wipe out a chunk of the economy the size of of Texas.
Donald Trump keeps dropping the name of his alma mater, but is it a good or a bad thing for the Wharton School of Finance?
Former GOP presidential candidate Steve Forbes says Donald Trump is a net-positive for Republicans, even with his controversial comments and policies.
Donald Trump said the U.S. should put ground troops in the fight against ISIS, and demand money from Middle East countries supported by the U.S.
The Dallas Fed named former Goldman Sachs executive Robert Steven Kaplan its president on Monday, effective in September.
Former Republican presidential candidate explains why Fed Chair Janet Yellen cannot raise rates in this fragile economy.
Politicians may not like the new rule requiring disclosure of the gap between executive and employee pay, but voters sure do.
Hillary Clinton came in second, with Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio in a virtual tie for third place.