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Spicer was asked about whether he intended to always tell the truth.
Beijing-run newspaper People's Daily says the world can now see the upside of "socialism with Chinese characteristics."
Deals that leak tend to generate higher premiums than their counterparts, and leaks also tend to encourage more bids.
For Wall Street, the period between Trump's election victory and his inauguration have been a picture of serenity.
Here's what CNBC's Michael Santoli is watching into the closing bell.
Wall Street says enthusiasm for Trump has stalled because of the president's mercurial, unpredictable approach, Politico's Ben White says.
An ethics watchdog group Monday sued President Donald Trump, claiming that his business holdings put him in violation of the Constitution.
In his latest podcast, Chris Riback digs into why Trump's statement that "I have a no-conflict situation, because I'm president" is just wrong.
The world's largest retailer is partnering with key innovators in the U.S. and China.
The White House press secretary was following orders when he argued about the inaugural crowd size, Ari Fleischer said.
President Trump knows all the tricks of Corporate America—and that will help him avoid the pitfalls that Bush, Reagan and other Republicans before him faced, says Jake Novak.
President Trump's move to overhaul NAFTA could end up hurting workers in states that heavily supported him.
Trump also signed an order imposing a federal hiring freeze and a directive banning U.S. NGOs receive federal funding from providing abortions abroad.
Stocks are staging a moderate decline on Monday, as President Trump's brash words and anti-free-trade moves appear to spook investors.
Running for conservative leadership in Canada will provide a platform to knock its current government, Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank" says.
The biggest driver of the markets will be just how well the new administration implements its plans, some analysts say.
Mexico will also immediately seek bilateral deals with countries that formed part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal, Pena Nieto said.
Supermarket operator Kroger said it would fill 10,000 positions this year, joining a list of companies that have publicized routine hiring plans.
Trump repeated his campaign pledges to roll back rules on companies, arguing that they have "gotten out of control."