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Trump's dominance is over, Cruz is a force, Rubio has a clear shot and Clinton faces landmines, Politico's Ben White says.
Punxsutawney Phil and the Iowa caucuses have similarly bad track records when it comes to predicting the future.
Turns out, the hype surrounding Donald Trump was wrong, former Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says.
Recent volatility is unsurprising, and the Fed will keep hiking rates unless the outlook changes, the Fed's Esther George said.
The money would augment more than $400 million in funds earmarked to fight heroin and painkiller abuse.
What if welfare recipients were matched with small task jobs at places like Uber and TaskRabbit?
Ted Cruz is projected to defeat Donald Trump to win the GOP's Iowa caucus, NBC News said, while Hillary Clinton was the apparent Democratic winner.
Donald Trump is funneling big money into his presidential campaign even as his GOP and Democratic rivals spend considerably more.
One insurer said its sign-up total last week was 75 percent of that seen during the last major deadline.
Iowa's electorate may be the first litmus test of American voters — but is it far from representative when it comes to immigration issues?
A new report alleges the Treasury sought to withhold from Congress information about the Obama administration's contingency plans on the debt ceiling.
Ben Carson says he believes he's gaining momentum ahead of Monday evening's Iowa caucuses.
The Fed's Stanley Fischer says he does not know the central bank's next move, even as concerns about global outlook have grown.
CNBC's John Harwood provides a preview of today's Iowa caucuses where polls show a close race on both sides.
Donald Trump has widened his edge against rival Ted Cruz in Iowa, according to poll that shows the billionaire gaining momentum.
The steady rise of Ted Cruz has unleashed a new counter-establishment of conservative donors, campaign finance reports show. The NYT reports.
Facebook is banning private gun sales on its network and Instagram, moving to clamp down on unlicensed gun transactions, The NY Times reports.
By missing the GOP debate, Donald Trump was spared all but glancing blows from those battling to catch up.
Two veterans groups say they will be accept money raised by Donald Trump's campaign rally, but other vet organizations said were not so sure.
The debate featured every top-polling candidate among the crowded GOP field — except for front-runner Donald Trump.