LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff are backing multiple Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race.
"We could cap that forever. And what we get is less innovation and still have growing health-care costs," argues Eli Lilly CEO David Ricks.
The DOJ's clearance of the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is a "significant win" for the United States in 5G, FCC commissioner Brendan Carr tells CNBC.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar claimed in Wednesday's debate that the prices of 2,500 drugs have gone up in double-digits since Trump took office. That number is far lower, according RX Savings Solutions.
Former Vice President Joe Biden plans to return to Iowa next Tuesday, marking his second trip to the key caucus state since formally declaring a 2020 run. He may bump into President Donald Trump who also plans to visit the state that day.
The first primary isn't until February, but there's no shortage of Democratic contenders hoping to take on President Trump in 2020.
Nearly every candidate support federal legalization of recreational marijuana and many call for expunging federal charges for those prosecuted.
Wall Street, finance executives bet early on a range of Democratic presidential candidates, even as contenders seek distance from big-money donors.
In front of a Pennsylvania crowd, Sanders made his case for a government-run health-care plan and responded to criticism that it would end private insurance.
CNBC's John Harwood sat down with 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg to discuss economic change and his approach to fixing problems in the system today.
The Sanders plan, similar to his 2017 proposal that languished in the Senate, would largely eliminate private insurance and shift all Americans into a Medicare- based government-run healthcare plan that Republicans have criticized as too costly and radical. The bill has 14 Democratic co-sponsors in the Senate, including four of his presidential rivals-...
The announcement comes amid reports that the progressive Massachusetts Democrat is struggling to raise money after shunning traditional sources of big dollar donations.
Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced a new "Medicare for All" bill that would create a government-run system to cover all Americans.
The bill, which Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., introduced with co-sponsor Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., bans online platforms with over 100 million monthly active users from using so-called "dark patterns."
Nearly all of the 15-plus Democrats who have launched 2020 campaigns have showed up to the civil rights organization's annual conference.
"I think everybody should," Graham said. "That's just my view, it'd be good for the country."
Under the proposal, businesses would pay at least 50 cents into an employee retirement plan for every hour worked.
Bernie Sanders leads the pack with $18.2 million.
Candidates have released plans to expand social programs, ease the tax burden on working-class Americans and overhaul U.S. infrastructure.
Pro-Trump super PAC funded by billionaire banker Andrew Beal used its funds to initiate a three-month long social media campaign to support President Trump in the buildup to the 2016 presidential election.