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A spending deal approved by the Senate will avert another government default. But what are the prospects for the rare outbreak of bipartisanship?
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said that low neutral interest rates are a warning sign of possible changes in the U.S. economy.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker cited a tightening labor market as one of his reasons for dissenting.
Congress early Friday passed legislation that lifted the threat of a default on government debt through the end of the Obama presidency.
Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-Texas, said Paul Ryan has one quality not many lawmakers have.
Rep. Paul Ryan takes over the leadership of an unruly chamber that must deal with a fiscal mess.
Carly Fiorina and Ted Cruz called out stagnant wages during the third Republican presidential debate, hosted Wednesday by CNBC.
Trump is speaking at a fifth-grade level, according to an analysis of three GOP debates. And Cruz is the only candidate at a high school level.
Donald Trump praised Mark Zuckerberg's immigration efforts despite bashing them on a campaign website. Here's why.
Clinton managed to get in a few jabs of her own — and seemed to be enjoying it — as she tweeted and live-texted her supporters, NBC reports.
GOP presidential candidates agree on cutting federal taxes and spending, but they're vague on how to go about it.
Millennials hopeful that the debate would give them some clarity on candidates go home as undecided as ever.
Jeb Bush failed to move the chains, while Marco Rubio likely got a boost in Wednesday's debate, former politicians and aides said.
GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio says keeping entitlements afloat without changes risk a debt crisis.
Chris Christie says he's a battle-tested candidate who can take on Hillary Clinton and win the White House for Republicans.
Our Fact Patrol was on call to check the GOP candidates' claims and counterclaims in the CNBC debate.
With much of the crowded Republican presidential field in danger of becoming irrelevant, Wednesday's debate offered an important opportunity to shine.
Democratic contenders Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley held separate events around the GOP debate where they shared their criticism.
Republican candidates offered alternative solutions for rising college costs and mounting student loan debt.
The Republican presidential debate is over and the candidates have spoken. Who do you think was the big winner on the night?