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Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
A former Port Authority executive testified Wednesday he informed Christie's press secretary of 'Bridgegate' with approval of Christie aides.
President Obama on Wednesday said Congress made a mistake by allowing 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia's government.
David Plouffe said the debate was "incredibly lopsided" and if elections were held today, Trump would not get 270 electoral votes
The investor is supporting Clinton even though he doesn't see her as the agent of change the country needs.
Two children and a female teacher were injured in a shooting at a South Carolina school Wednesday.
The Senate passed a bill to keep the government running through Dec. 9 and provide $1.1 billion in funding to battle the Zika virus.
The Senate overrode Obama's veto of Sept. 11 legislation, despite warnings that the measure could put U.S. troops and interests at risk.
The first lady attacks Donald Trump's character touts Hillary Clinton's tenacity in swing-state Pennsylvania.
Regulators said they have told Mylan that it should be paying higher rebates on sales of EpiPens through Medicaid.
The head of an investment banking firm predicts that Trump will ride an anti-establishment wave to take the presidency.
US Senators asked the Justice Department to investigate if Mylan misclassified its EpiPen to pay lower rebates to the states.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen also tells Congress many of her colleagues believe it's appropriate to tighten rates this year if no significant new risks arise.
Donald Trump's confusing comments about nuclear weapons are not the first time his statements have left experts wondering what he might do if he gains access to nukes.
Clinton and Trump's debate on taxes, trade and the economy was often acrimonious ... if not always factual. Here are the highlights.
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The debate was more embarrassing than illuminating, says senior columnist Jake Novak. And the biggest loser is...
At the debate, he was the Donald Trump we came to know in the primaries. And that Donald Trump can't win, Politico's Ben White says.
There was no clear winner or loser in Monday's debate, said Mark Grant, managing director at Hilltop Securities.