Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson joins "Closing Bell" to discuss cuts to his programs in the 2020 Trump budget.
WASHINGTON, March 4- U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said in an interview with Newsmax TV on Monday that he will likely leave the Trump administration at the end of U.S.
Despite Waters' reputation as a firebrand, Republican lawmakers credit her as a trustworthy colleague with a practical streak that can, at times, produce bipartisan cooperation. A wary business community hopes it can work with her in the same way.
Former President Jimmy Carter told CNBC that the Trump administration is ignoring a national housing crisis, and he urged voters to support candidates who promote affordable housing.
"All of these incidents that have been a blur for us in terms of the news cycle are going to turn into inquiries," said one expert in government investigations.
Hannity has been identified as the person behind nearly two dozen shell companies that have purchased almost 900 properties in seven states over the past decade.
Shulkin has been under fire for two critical internal watchdog reports, including one that found his wife's travel to Europe with him last year had been improperly paid for by taxpayers.
A former top HUD administrative officer has said she was demoted after resisting efforts to help Secretary Carson's wife Candy spend more than the $5,000 legally allowed for office furniture purchases.
Trump has parted with more top-level staff in his first year than any of his five most recent predecessors did in their respective first years.
As Gary Cohn flees the White House, financial markets are discovering that elections have more than one consequence.
Several California lawmakers are proposing legislation that would require President Donald Trump and other presidential candidates to release their tax returns as a precondition for getting on the ballot.
The Supreme Court has never blocked a congressional map for being too politically partisan, although cases have frequently come before the panel on the issue.
Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris proposes a multibillion dollar initiative to increase wages for every teacher in the United States.
The memo targeted four Democratic lawmakers including Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York, as well as Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez and former CIA Director John Brennan.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.