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It's time for the federal government to stop wasting money on "bridges to nowhere," says Prof. Edward L. Glaeser.
A top Chinese foreign ministry official suggested U.S. should butt out of China's relations with neighbors, NBC News reports.
President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing.
Ajit Pai is widely expected to roll back regulations and let the companies decide what to charge.
Flint's public health emergency began when officials failed to properly treat lead lines for corrosion.
As the president puts pressure on automakers to bring jobs back to the U.S., here are two numbers that are likely gnawing at him.
Lockheed Martin's CEO said Tuesday the defense giant is "very close" to reaching a new U.S. contract for the F-35 fighter.
The interconnections in the North American energy industry are huge and growing.
Grover Norquist says he's OK with the so-called border adjustment tax being proposed by the House GOP.
After Spicer's years-old tweets resurfaced criticizing Dippin' Dots, the American company's CEO responded, New York Times reports.
Democrats' unveiled a proposal Tuesday for spending to repair infrastructure over the next ten years, Vox reports.
Trump has said an Obamacare replacement plan will be introduced as soon as Tom Price is confirmed as secretary of Health and Human Services.
Sean Spicer started his tenure over the weekend by berating reporters.
A study found that government figures may have greatly overestimated radiation exposure among people near Fukushima.
The Japanese automaker said the jobs were part of a $600 million upgrade of its plant in Princeton, Indiana.
The tribe opposes the president's move to advance the Dakota Access pipeline and say they'll take legal action.
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Sometimes overlooked in how the funds have managed during the recovery is how interest rates have been at historic lows.
A look at the years of more than 3 percent growth shows Trump may have the right ideas — for only parts of the economy.
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CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks at the day's market action including the rally in energy, and the market back on track to Dow 20K.
David Seaton, Fluor CEO, weighs in on President Trump's revival of Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines, and who will benefit from it.