WASHINGTON, May 22- The top Democrat on the U.S. Senate committee overseeing pensions on Monday asked the U.S. Office of Government Ethics to assess whether President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution and federal bans on conflicts of interest. Trump may be profiting from the retirement plans of millions of our nations public servants, Senator Patty...
SENATOR MURRAY ASKS GOVT ETHICS OFFICE TO ASSESS IF TRUMP IN VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTION OVER HOTEL PAYMENTS.
Staley was criticized for attempting to unmask an internal whistleblower, spurring investigations by regulators.
Trump's companies own more than 400 condo units and home lots whose sale could steer millions of dollars to Trump, according to USA Today.
Trump's visits to his Florida estate are raising concerns.
Critics say that endorsing the film, for which Mnuchin was an executive producer, violated his ethics clause. NBC News reports.
Jared Kushner's father wants to close the deal on the family's 666 Fifth Ave. building, but his son's ties to the White House complicate things.
In an email, Apol said Passantino called to "reassure" the ethics office that he would "be taking appropriate action to address her conduct."
Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Florida), ranking member of the U.S. House subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa, discusses White House ethics concerns involving Kellyanne Conway.
Conway's comment "isn't just gross and unethical but it's illegal," Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe says.
Trump's tweet pulls him back into a debate over whether he did enough to distance himself from his family's businesses.
Tony Shiret, senior food and retail analyst at Haitong, discusses H&M's latest earnings data.
President Trump has stepped away from his namesake company and more than 400 affiliated entities.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the latest on Trump's plans to break some ties with his businesses.
Discussing the news that secretary of State pick Rex Tillerson will sever ties with Exxon Mobile to avoid conflicts of interest, with Richard Painter, former chief White House ethics lawyer under George W. Bush.
Jim Cramer outlines why investors need to watch Washington to determine if the Trump rally can continue.
President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview Sunday that his executives would run his business empire alongside his children.
It's in Trump's best interests to sell off his business if he wants to devote his time to the presidency, Bush's former ethics lawyer says.
Ari Fleischer, former White House press secretary, discusses what decisions President-elect Donald Trump should make to clear up potential conflicts of interest while in the Oval Office.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the latest on President-elect's potential conflicts of interest once he is sworn in.