From GM's Mary Barra to JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon, CEOs are increasingly standing up to speak out against hate, the New York Times reports.
There are growing concerns war games planned next month by Russia with its neighbor Belarus could be a cover for something more sinister.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered the armed forces of the country to have military exercises in defense of the homeland.
Trump didn't go far enough in condemning white supremacists after a deadly violence in Charlottesville, Marc Morial says.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said a a peaceful outcome is possible to domestic political turmoil in Venezuela.
Doing so will correct a tax injustice and spark a prosperity wave, too.
"I'm ready to run for governor in 2018. I'm going to fill my term out for the next four years," Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told CNBC.
Futures were higher this morning, giving the Dow an opportunity to extend its streaks.
Vice President Mike Pence denied he is preparing for a presidential election run in 2020, saying the suggestion is "disgraceful and offensive."
U.S. President Donald Trump grudgingly signed into law new sanctions against Russia, a move Moscow said amounted to a full-scale trade war.
Increasingly, federal officials are deciding simply to ignore President Donald Trump.
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.
Crafting tax reform should be smoother than repealing and replacing Obamacare, says the founder of Americans for Tax Reform.
Three GOP votes — Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and John McCain of Arizona — sank the measure in a 49-51 vote.
President Donald Trump kept the heat on Republican senators Wednesday as they debate possible Obamacare repeal plans.
Republicans have succeeded in bringing Obamacare repeal legislation to a debate on the U.S. Senate floor. Now the hard part begins.
Passing the motion to proceed does not mean Senate Republicans have a consensus on a bill they can pass.
It is unclear if Republican Party divisions will again stall the effort to repeal Obamacare.
After seven years of GOP promises to get rid of Obamacare, Republicans in the Senate set a vote that could keep the process alive or sink it.
Mitch McConnell is still trying to pass a health-care bill, leaning on these two arguments, Vox reports.