With the GOP soon to cede control of the House of Representatives, the fuel economy rollback, as well as the Trump administration's trade war, are among the many things likely to come under a Democratic spotlight.
A data breach at HealthCare.gov that affected 75,000 people exposed personal information like the last four digits of the Social Security number, immigration status and insurance plan details, officials said in a letter to those affected on Friday.
The FDA plans to limit sales of some flavored e-cigarettes to vape shops and to ban menthol cigarettes, senior agency officials tell CNBC.
President Xi Jinping has offered an olive branch to China's private companies by offering tax breaks and verbal reassurance that they will remain an integral part of the economy.
Democratic challengers backed by teacher activists failed to unseat Republican governors in Arizona and Oklahoma, while ballot initiatives in Oklahoma and Utah were defeated.
A U.S. appeals court in California ruled President Donald Trump's administration must continue a program begun under former President Obama that protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children.
Daniel So of CMB International Securities says the U.S. will continue taking a hard-line approach to China because President Donald Trump still has "relatively strong power" in trade policy.
Colin Graham of Eastspring Investments says Congress could agree on an infrastructure deal because "blocking bills" that stimulate the economy is not in the interest of politicians looking for re-election in 2020.
House Democrats want to pass tighter gun restrictions, but Senate Republicans could make that difficult.
Billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer is planning to make a final pitch to Florida voters on Election Day to back Andrew Gillum for governor, CNBC has learned.
A New York federal judge is poised to hear evidence from critics of a Commerce Department decision to put a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Dominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management says the Federal Reserve is "spot on" if it continues its current path.
The Supreme Court is allowing a trial over the decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census to go forward over the Trump administration's objection.
After years of regulatory uncertainty which led to double-digit price hikes on exchange plans, health insurers are starting to turn a profit on the ACA exchanges. There are more carriers getting back into the market and offering new plan options.
Daryl Liew of Reyl Singapore says China cannot stimulate its economy across the board because that could cause the property bubble to "escalate" even further.
Keeping asset values high and preserving the wealth effect that has fueled consumer and corporate spending is crucial to the health of the economy.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed a bid by Republican legislators in Pennsylvania to reinstate a congressional district map struck down by that state's top court as unlawfully biased in favor of Republicans.
People are saving about half of what they should be for retirement, according to a new report from the Stanford Center on Longevity.
Amazon's search for its HQ2 has created a bidding war between cities and states worth millions or even billions. These types of tax incentives have a long history in the U.S., but experts question their efficacy. Watch this video to learn why.
Medicaid enrollment fell for the first time since 2007, declining by about 0.6 percent in fiscal year 2018, and states don't expect to see much growth in enrollment next year, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.