Lieutenant General McMaster, a decorated veteran, will replace Michael Flynn, who was dismissed last week. » Read More
Buoyed by hopes of deregulation, the franchising industry is poised to expand, especially in these 5 states.
Sean Spicer started his tenure over the weekend by berating reporters.
The squabble over inauguration crowd size could foreshadow further conflict with the Trump administration, NBC News reports.
Trump told congressional leaders Monday that he believes millions of illegal ballots cost him the popular vote.
A longtime critic of some of the financial industry's practices, Bogle shares the reforms he would like to see under the new administration.
"I'm focused on building our community at Facebook and working on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative," the Facebook CEO said. BuzzFeed News reports.
A top Chinese foreign ministry official suggested U.S. should butt out of China's relations with neighbors, NBC News reports.
It's time for the federal government to stop wasting money on "bridges to nowhere," says Prof. Edward L. Glaeser.
The tribe opposes the president's move to advance the Dakota Access pipeline and say they'll take legal action.
Too many Americans are getting some basic facts about credit scores wrong, according to a report by Capital One.
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.
Ajit Pai is widely expected to roll back regulations and let the companies decide what to charge.
Trump has said an Obamacare replacement plan will be introduced as soon as Tom Price is confirmed as secretary of Health and Human Services.
A nomination for the Academy Awards can mean more for a movie's bottom line than winning the actual award.
Lockheed Martin's CEO said Tuesday the defense giant is "very close" to reaching a new U.S. contract for the F-35 fighter.
Trump is bullying automakers, trying to force them to build cars in the U.S. even if there isn't a business case for it, Paul Ingrassia told CNBC.
Remember the craze over Hatchimals? Well, now the company is getting sued. Here's why.
A study found that government figures may have greatly overestimated radiation exposure among people near Fukushima.
President Trump has effectively begun the process of killing one of Obamacare's greatest fantasies, says Jake Novak.
At the current sales pace, it would take only about three and a half months to exhaust the supply of homes.