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Call them the pundits of the plutocracy, a quite group of election analysts serving Wall Street and the financial community who prefer lower profiles.
The Justice Department filed a response to Apple, saying the tech giant "deliberately" put up barriers that now hurt an FBI probe.
The pharmaceutical industry has donated more to Clinton's campaign than to any other candidate. This despite her harsh words for the industry.
College-level oration is not required at presidential debates, according to a Big Crunch analysis. Most pols are speaking at a middle-school level.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump tells CNBC that global currency devaluations are hurting the U.S. and costing American jobs.
Even those saying GOP front-runner Donald Trump has rightly diagnosed a problem with U.S. trade policies are wary of his prescriptions.
Donald Trump is not a conservative and will not challenge the system, former GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina tells CNBC.
"The relationship, the friendship between our two countries goes far beyond any two individuals or any ideologies," Trudeau says at the White House.
For the first time, a majority of CFOs think Donald Trump will win the GOP nomination, according to the CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Bernie Sanders sparred with Hillary Clinton on immigration at a debate in Miami Wednesday night, ahead of Florida's primary Tuesday.
Bernie Sanders surprised the pollsters by beating Hillary Clinton in Michigan, but he still needs to win big in larger states ahead.
Hillary Clinton's path to the Democratic nomination no longer looks completely assured after Tuesday's primaries, NBC News reports.
What Donald Trump keeps saying about Ted Cruz does not align with the facts, Jack Welch says.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on a tweet Mitt Romney posted exposing Donald Trump's profanity.
Billionaire Donald Trump draws the support of 30 percent of Republican primary voters, while Ted Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas, draws at 27 percent.
If Donald Trump wins Michigan Tuesday but John Kasich comes close, it'll suggest the trend away from Trump is real, Politico's Ben White says.
Trump fading? Will Rubio continue his recent slide? These questions will be answered as voters in Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, and Mississippi vote.
The former vice presidential nominee has spoken over the phone with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz about developing a Republican agenda.
The former New York City mayor said he did not believe he could win the presidency if he mounted a campaign.
Hillary Clinton sits down with CNBC's John Harwood and makes her case for why she will be good for business and the economy.
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