Don Graham, former lead independent director for Facebook and former publisher and CEO of The Washington Post, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the coalition of companies urging congress to save dreamers, and the current scandal with Jeff Bezos and The National Enquirer.
President Donald Trump wants to make it possible for workers to take paid family leave. Many Americans, however, do not want to absorb additional high costs for such a federal program.
The idea of a national single-payer health-care system is emerging as one of the big issues in the next election.
The country's transportation system nearly reached the safety threshold and "over the next three weeks, we're not even out of the woods yet," transport workers union President John Samuelsen says.
With the partial government shutdown hitting its 35th day, domestic violence and sexual assault agencies across the nation are noticing the effects, and some are starting to worry about the long-term impacts.
Certain people will feel the pain of automation more acutely than others, according to a report by the Brookings Institution.
Although government employees are guaranteed coverage during shutdowns, new hires or those who recently made changes to their plan could find themselves caught in the bureaucratic slowdown.
Ross agreed to testify "voluntarily and without a subpoena" in a public hearing on March 14.
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country have seen their income suspended as the government shutdown crawls into its fourth week.
A number of government-funded rental assistance programs are in jeopardy as the longest shutdown in U.S. history wears on.
Millions of Americans who depend on food stamps will receive benefits through February despite the government shutdown, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says.
The stalemate in Washington, one of the longest in history, is throwing a wrench into some people's plans to buy houses, according to real estate experts.
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country find themselves in financial uncertainty as the government shutdown crawls into its 12th day. "I wake up every day hoping this will get resolved," said Julie Burr, a single mother of three.
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One of the latest men to get ensnared in the #MeToo movement is an economics professor at Harvard.
You may miss out on ways to collect or even increase your benefits if you don't know the ins and outs of Social Security rules.
Americans spend hundreds of dollars on tax preparation each year, yet there are plenty of ways to do it at little or no cost.
He just had more than $100,000 in student loans cancelled. Here's his advice to other public servants.
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