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With the U.S. closing in on full employment and inflation set to rise, the "next step" should be gradual rate hikes, John Williams said.
Chuck Rosenberg, chief of the DEA, said that smoking marijuana should not be considered medical treatment on Wednesday, calling the notion a "joke."
If the revelation that Carson didn't receive a West Point scholarship drives him from the race, where will his supporters go? Politico's Ben White asks.
President Barack Obama said the proposed pipeline project had occupied "an over-inflated role in our political discourse."
As voters try to decide which party does better at boosting job growth and wages, one party seems to have a clear edge.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans also says the much stronger-than-expected October employment report supports his 2016 economic outlook.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has struggled to gain serious traction since announcing his bid, the NYT reports.
George H.W. Bush criticized his son's former aides in an interview, says NBC News. Here's what he said.
Candidates in the presidential race are hoping to tweet their way into the Oval Office. Will it work?
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has filed a bill in the Senate seeking to end the federal criminalization of marijuana.
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart spoke Thursday in Bern, Switzerland at the Joint Central Bank Conference.
The Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO says that the price increase of the drug Daraprim won't affect overall prescription cost trends.
Former RNC chairman Haley Barbour says a fixation on poll numbers has spread too widely.
The Fed may meet its 2 percent inflation target once the price of oil stabilizes and the dollar stops rising, said Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
Hillary Clinton and Ben Carson are tied in a hypothetical presidential vote, according to an NBC/WSJ poll.
The tweet from Trump appeared to be quoting from a supporter's message with a photo collage of anti-Bush imagery, NBC News reports.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Wednesday that December may be a "live possibility" for a rate hike.
U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she would like to raise the federal minimum wage to $12 an hour from the current $7.25.
CNBC.com Finance Editor Jeff Cox breaks down three important takeaways from the Republican presidential field following the CNBC GOP debate.
Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., does not want Janet Yellen to upset the Almighty by raising rates in December.