The indictment is not related to her meeting at Trump Tower, at which people close to Trump expected to receive damaging information about his election foe, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on President Trump announcing Defense Secretary Jim Mattis's retirement in February.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on President Trump announcing Defense Secretary Jim Mattis's retirement in February.
The federal investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election that has consumed the first two years of President Donald Trump's term in office will not be over soon.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the incoming freshman lawmaker from New York, has renewed longstanding debates on the financial challenges facing members of Congress and their staff.
President Donald Trump has told special counsel Robert Mueller in writing he didn't know in advance about a 2016 Trump Tower meeting, nor did Roger Stone tip him to a WikiLeaks dump of hacked Democratic National Committee emails.
The market rally may mean the beginning of a move back higher for stocks, says UCX chief economist Jack Bouroudjian.
The suit says Trump, his children and their company "received millions of dollars in secret payments" from a videophone company, ACN, in exchange for Trump promoting the firm without disclosing the endorsement was paid for.
President Donald Trump is on the verge of naming Pat Cipollone, a veteran Washington litigator and a loyalist of the president, as White House Counsel, two reports said.
Political analysts have deemed the district a toss-up. Tickets for the fundraiser range from $2,700 to $10,000, according to an invitation obtained by CNBC.
Billionaire Tom Steyer resigned from the board of the Center for American Progress when he decided to run for president.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday visited the Ohio city that suffered one of last weekend's two deadly mass shootings that shocked the country.
Trump also says he's "in favor" of background checks, and reiterates his support for "red flag" laws preventing mentally ill people from accessing firearms.
The new rule will take effect Tuesday and also applies to other telecom companies that have sparked security concerns, such as ZTE and Hikvision.