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John Boehner's departure will help these GOP candidates the most, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Both are expected to speak of Syria and the need for a political transition, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump said in an interview that a "large segment" of U.S. taxpayers would have a zero rate if he wins. Reuters reports.
After the South China Sea and cyberspace, the U.S. and China rivalry has found a new front: women’s rights, The NY Times reports.
Data from PredictIt are showing that bettors are getting out of the government shutdown trade, now selling the trade, after John Boehner resignation.
The primary areas of contention in the relationship are geopolitical concerns and cybersecurity issues.
Whether its Jeb or Hillary in the White House, here's why tax reform will be the big winner in 2016, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
Candidate Jeb Bush tells CNBC's John Harwood despite an underwhelming performance so far, he is not about to slow down now.
"To say that you're not going to engage in an act of war in peacetime seems a little odd," one analyst said of a hinted deal.
In a historic presentation to Congress, Pope Francis urged lawmakers to take "courageous actions" on global warming, poverty and the refugee crisis.
Pope Francis and President Barack Obama are set to hold private talks at the White House on the first full day of his first visit to the U.S.
Plans to avert a shutdown began taking shape, but it was still far from certain whether a dispute over Planned Parenthood could be overcome.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson said China and the U.S. need to collaborate on spurring growth and slowing cyberthreats.
A big downdraft in commodities weighed on stocks and stoked fears of global deflation.
Here's what Chinese President Xi Jinping needs to do on his US visit this week, says former US ambassador Curtis Chin.
Until China's domestic economy becomes more dominant, the country is simply reacting to the worldwide economy, former Wells Fargo chief Dick Kovacevich says.
The measure would establish as policy a reduction of greenhouse emissions by 2 percent a year—a cut even larger than the target set by Obama. The NYT reports.
Hillary Clinton is laying out a new plan to rein in the rising cost of prescription drugs, seeking to build upon Obamacare.
One unspoken agenda item as the presidents of the U.S. and China meet could be China's role on the global financial stage.
Conservatism and Republicans must change with the times, and recognize solutions that worked for the Gipper don't resonate today.