"There has never been a man or a woman, not me, not Bill, more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president,' Obama tells the convention. » Read More
A Trump presidency would produce higher deficits and may hurt multinationals, but could lead to corporate tax reform, Dan Clifton says.
The setup of preset donation options is a shrewd political calculation for presidential campaigns.
A poll released Monday actually has him leading the field — of potential vice presidential picks for Donald Trump.
U.S. President Barack Obama will press Senate Republican leaders on Tuesday to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
House Judiciary member Jason Chaffetz tells CNBC a smartphone is either "encrypted or it's not," ahead of an afternoon hearing on cybersecurity.
The U.S. Treasury Secretary said no country would devalue their currency in a way that would trigger the outbreak of a fresh round of currency wars.
If Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton run the tables with voters on Tuesday, Politico's Ben White explains how the race could unfold from there.
If either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton looks vulnerable to a challenge after Super Tuesday polling, the upset could show up in the stock market.
A Fed official on Tuesday said he sees downside risks to his U.S. economic outlook that could flag a longer pause before the Fed's next rate hike.
Donald Trump is leading in the Super Tuesday states of GA and TN, while Ted Cruz is ahead in his home state of TX, NBC News reports.
A whopping 60% of small-biz owners plan to vote in the election. They want their voices heard in Washington. A survey reveals their top pick.
Super Tuesday is make or break for the presidential candidates - but what is it?
In a blog post, Mark Cuban detailed what he thinks is the most dangerous question that can be asked by a government official.
Warren Buffett may be a Hillary Clinton supporter, but he likes this about Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Meg Whitman, an official with Chris Christie's defunct campaign, is denouncing his endorsement of Donald Trump, NBC News reports.
Despite making promises to release his tax records, Presidential candidate Donald Trump has balked at doing so until an IRS audit is complete.
Eight states have reduced the number of weeks that people can draw benefits, while others have cut the amount of money the unemployed can collect.
Early exit polls indicated that Clinton won more than 80 percent of black voters in the South Carolina Democratic primary.
Former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul tells CNBC that growth is sputtering, and it is likely to get worse despite the Fed's talk.
It's the latest sign that Republicans are beginning to accept the idea that the real estate magnate may win the party's nomination.
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