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Tuesday could be the last stand for the "stop Trump" movement in the Republican Party. Politico's Ben White explains the stakes.
A 42 percent plurality says a John Kasich presidency would be best for the economy, followed by 16 percent for Hillary Clinton, says a CNBC Fed survey.
Estimates say Trump's proposal to repeal Obamacare and make other changes could cost nearly $500 billion and lead to 21 million more uninsured people.
A victory by Gov. John Kasich would toughen Donald Trump’s path to the GOP nomination, while Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders seeks a repeat of his upset.
Steve Forbes tells CNBC the remaining GOP candidates trying to derail Donald Trump need to shift the race "beyond personalities."
Romney is not expected to endorse the Ohio governor during the campaign swing, according to NBC News.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is moving stocks. Should you be concerned?
The event some refer to affectionately as "Spring Break for nerds" is attracting a new brand of geek — the political kind.
President Barack Obama is to visit the U.K. in April to try to persuade Brits to vote to stay in the EU, according to The Independent on Sunday.
The head of the nonpartisan Tax Foundation sat down with CNBC to compare the economic effects of each of the candidates' tax plans.
Some of Wall Street's respected voices can't agree on a single 2016 White House contender, but there's one they all seem to agree they don't like.
Donald Trump's Republican rivals condemned protests that shut down his planned Chicago rally on Friday.
President Barack Obama cautioned Friday against "absolutist" views on data security amid a dispute between Apple and the DOJ.
The race for the White House has highlighted deep disagreements about America's trade policy. Here are both sides of the argument.
New Jersey commuters won't have a New Jersey Transit strike as an excuse to miss work Monday.
Americans thinking of moving to Canada if Donald Trump becomes U.S. President should perhaps think again.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.