Trump is calling the allegations about Russian-information gathering on him "fake news" and one former CIA analyst is backing him up.
On Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump held his first news conference since his election in November.
Tom Barrack believes a "border adjustment tax" may come in at only 10 percent — not the 20 percent being discussed.
If the allegations are true, they will spark criminal investigations and Congressional probes, says Yochi Dreazen.
Tom Barrack, Colony Capital founder, says his advice to Trump would be to blow through the Russia intel controversy and get back to running the country, and people should hold off judging Donald Trump until after the first 100 days of his presidency. Also Barrack shares his thoughts on Jared Kushner.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on Donald Trump's response to allegations of ties with Russia and provides a preview of his press conference today.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management provides insight to challenges facing Rex Tillerson when he testifies at his nomination hearing for secretary of State.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at what to watch for when the former Exxon CEO testifies at his confirmation hearing for secretary of State.
CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at allegations Russia had damaging information on Donald Trump.
Talk of a "border adjusted" tax has gone from the sidelines to center stage, which has a lot of people asking: What is it exactly?
It's harder to get away with obfuscating on tough questions when you're under oath, says Yochi Dreazen.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) answers questions about the federal budget, Obamacare and taxes at his weekly press conference.
The hope is that the president-elect’s media call will give markets a fresh boost, Financial Times reports.
This fact should not be forgotten amid the rise of Trump: George W. Bush was a bad president, says Matthew Yglesias.
We want to make sure our country is safe, strong and secure, says Sen. John Barrasso, (R-Wyo.), talking about Russia's Putin abusing energy and sharing his thoughts on the questions he will ask secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson at Wednesday's hearing.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, (R-Calif.), shares his thoughts on tax reform.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, (R-Calif.), talks about the GOP's plan to implement regulatory reform.
Lawrence Summers, Harvard University, talks about developing a smart pro-growth plan. What hasn't worked is the trickle down approach, says Summers.
Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, Harvard University, shares his concerns about Donald Trump's proposed tax plan. I think there is too much uncertainty and too much risk, says Summers.
We are not going to be able to turn it around on a dime, says Sen. Roger Wicker, (R-Miss.), talking about reforming the Affordable Care Act.