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Before lawmakers can decide how much to tax the rich, they have to figure out who falls into that category.
"Ronald Reagan would have choked on" a populist call to increase taxes on the wealthy, Steve Forbes tells CNBC.
President Donald Trump has made no serious effort to attract the majority of Americans who did not support his campaign.
Obamacare exchanges are still struggling all across the country. Letting health-care reform die is not an option, says National Review's Alexandra DeSanctis.
Putin's Russia has settled for spicing up antagonism between Trump and Congress, Vox reports.
Senators introduced two pieces of legislation on Thursday seeking to block President Donald Trump from firing the special counsel probing his ties to Russia.
Senators Jeanne Shaheen and James Risch spoke on CNBC's Power Lunch about the need to return to bipartisanship in passing tax reform.
Two significant Trump administration economic policy debates have been settled, according to White House budget director Mick Mulvaney.
North Korea's nuclear threat is leading to more support for upgrading homeland missile defense systems, including adding a space layer.
Beijing has forced a long list of American companies to enter joint ventures or share research with Chinese players, The New York Times reports.
After Trump's win, Democrats should prepare for a packed debate stage similar to the GOP in 2016, says National Review's Jim Geraghty.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his support for two senators' proposal to curb legal immigration to the U.S.
Increasingly, federal officials are deciding simply to ignore President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump and two Republican senators are expected to promote a plan to overhaul the U.S. immigration system.
Blankfein also says the U.S. needs to stay focused on wealth generation.
Democrats look to reboot economic policy ahead of midterm elections by proposing tax penalties on firms that outsource jobs abroad among other measures.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters that he and President Donald Trump don't believe sanctions would "be helpful to our efforts" on diplomacy with Russia.
"Without payment of these cost-sharing reductions Americans will be hurt," said Senator Lamar Alexander, chair of a key health committee.
It is notable because the Senate did not hold open hearings during its effort to repeal Obamacare in recent weeks.
Even just one or two red-state Democrats might be able to make up for GOP defections.
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