Sen. John Thune sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about how Congress will or won't work with the new president. » Read More
Vice President Joe Biden says as a senator he presided over more Supreme Court nominations than anyone, every everyone got a fair shake.
Vice President Joe Biden said a loophole on Wall Street can't be justified. What is it?
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates took Joe Biden to task for his foreign policy decisions. So why does Biden get tearful about Gates?
Vice President Joe Biden, who drafted the 1994 crime bill while a senator, said funding cuts have hurt its effectiveness.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady talks to CNBC's John Harwood on tax code changes, the Fed's shortcomings and Obama's trade deal.
House Speaker Paul Ryan sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk a new GOP agenda, Trump and the prospect of another Democratic president.
Ryan won't accept the GOP presidential nomination, his spokeswoman said a day after he declined to rule out such a move.
Hillary Clinton sits down with CNBC's John Harwood and makes her case for why she will be good for business and the economy.
Hillary Clinton tells CNBC's John Harwood she isn't seeking her husband's third term, or Barack Obama's.
Just before the South Carolina primary, John Kasich tells CNBC's John Harwood what he sees wrong about the race.
CNBC's John Harwood sat down at a Concord bar and restaurant and asked some New Hampshire voters some important questions about this election.
Rep. John Lewis sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about his days with MLK Jr., the new speaker of the House, and Donald Trump.
Former aide to Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, tells CNBC's John Harwood how far this country has come but where it needs to be headed.
Donald Trump sits down CNBC's John Harwood to assess his campaign and address if and when he would exit the race.
Donald Trump talks to CNBC's John Harwood about truthfulness, policy questions, and if and when he might exit the race.
Donald Trump tells CNBC's John Harwood that Forbes magazine's new estimate of his wealth is wrong and doesn't consider his brand value.
President Donald Trump told Reuters a major conflict with North Korea is possible, but he prefers a diplomatic outcome. He also shared thoughts on Taiwan.
He misses driving, feels as if he is in a cocoon, and is surprised how hard his new job is.
The growing threat of nuclear North Korea will be the focus on Friday as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson chairs a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council. NBCNews reports.