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Mnuchin and Cohn talked about what Mnuchin contended would be the "biggest tax cut" in U.S. history.
There's a bias among the pundits who pose this question of blue-collar conservatives but not liberals, says Dustin McKissen.
The selfie could be the key to a more politically engaged electorate, according to one technology company aiming to make the voting system more secure.
Mnuchin confirms that President Trump's tax plan will call for a 15 percent corporate rate.
The elimination of some popular deductions could expose more of the average household's income to taxes.
President Trump moved to slap tariffs on Canadian lumber, stoking a smoldering trade dispute with America's second-largest trading partner.
Should President Trump choose to replace Fed Chair Janet Yellen when her term expires, he could turn to someone close by to fill the void.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital returned just 1 percent last quarter, trailing the S&P 500's 6 percent gain.
Wells Fargo's annual shareholders' meeting turned rowdy Tuesday as several audience members loudly protested about the company's sales practices.
Privately held specialty retailer J.Crew is cutting 250 jobs, it was announced on Tuesday.
The index last climbed to 125.6 in March, according to monthly data from The Conference Board.
Economists polled by Thomson Reuters expected new home sales of 590,000 units in March, down 0.5 percent from last month's figure of 592,000.
Republicans think the economy is surging. Democrats think a recession is imminent. When economics become politicized, it leads to bad policy.
You might think market risks are declining, but pay close attention to these four themes.
A Washington Post/ABC News poll shows more Americans today think the economy is getting better than worse.
Kashkari said he does not believe that spending more to build roads and airports would necessarily increase economic growth.
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