Even with Donald Trump's latest ad buys, Hillary Clinton's campaign is still outspending him by a 10-to-1 margin. NBC reports. » Read More
Tuesday is the country's first primary — and New Hampshire will be a critical factor in the race to the White House.
Campaigns are using Facebook and Twitter ad targeting methods to reach voters. Sanders also likes Snapchat.
Presidential hopeful John Kasich tells CNBC he is open to lowering the corporate tax rate below the 25 percent level he has previously suggested.
CNBC's John Harwood sat down at a Concord bar and restaurant and asked some New Hampshire voters some important questions about this election.
The White House is trying to boost national defenses against cybercriminals. The Pentagon has even turned to Silicon Valley for help.
The FBI confirmed on Monday that its investigation connected to Hillary Clinton’s private email server continues. MSNBC reports.
Businessman Donald Trump said stock markets are in a bubble and that he would stop corporate tax inversions if elected president.
Despite slipping in polls, Jeb Bush says he intends to still be campaigning for president when his home state holds elections next month.
Jeb Bush, John Kasich, and Chris Christie are all looking for a show of support that propels their campaigns beyond Tuesday.
Republicans are putting a greater emphasis on experience after Marco Rubio's latest debate performance, Vin Weber says.
Bill Clinton tore into the senator's rhetoric against Hillary Clinton and picked apart his spending plans.
Donald Trump may want a border wall but don't expect Mexico to pay for it, former President Felipe Calderon tells CNBC.
Republican contender Marco Rubio struggled at a presidential debate on Saturday, potentially confounding his bid to emerge as Donald Trump's chief rival in New Hampshire.
Bernie Sanders is headed to "Saturday Night Live," the Vermont senator's campaign confirmed on Friday.
As if low prices weren't enough for the oil market, it must not hold their breath in the face of a potential new law.
The number of people cutting official ties with the U.S. hit a new record last year amid tougher tax rules, Dow Jones reported.
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