Emanuel, a veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations, is publicly warning that Trump may blow past the hesitation of national security advisors in search of a rally-around-the-flag political boost. He wants Congress to flash caution lights.
The cap on deductions for state and local taxes was bound to mean that many people in the high-tax state of New Jersey would pay more. Democrats are promoting the narrative that the cap on deductions for state and local taxes will hurt taxpayers.
It’s been legal to buy and smoke marijuana in Amsterdam’s coffee shops for decades - but there are still big regulatory hurdles for the city’s cannabis industry. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports from Amsterdam.
In the primaries, Democrats largely calibrated their positions on gun measures, turned their backs to the NRA, and won. They now prepare for midterm battles in red-tinged states against Republican pro-gun candidates and face a strong NRA opposition.
The World Economic Forum, which runs the annual conference of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, is launching a hub in Beijing for government officials, businesses and academics to come up with suggestions for future tech policies.
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said an FBI investigation should be "the first step" before she testifies to the Senate.
Republican and Democratic U.S. senators introduced a bill on Tuesday that would reimpose sanctions on China's ZTE Corp if it does not fully comply with U.S. laws.
The department store chain has been working with suppliers in Asia to prepare for potentially higher tariffs in the administration's escalating global trade war, the Macy's CEO told CNBC's Courtney Reagan at the Code Commerce conference in New York Monday.
In all, the storm and its aftermath took the lives of thousands, many of whom could have been saved with standard medical treatment, even as President Donald Trump lauded his administration's response.
Too-big-to-fail banks are bigger than ever. The Trump administration is deregulating rapidly. The revolving door between Wall Street and Washington is spinning faster. It is looking like financial-crisis history may repeat itself.
When it comes to the oversight of cryptocurrencies, regulators need to avoid inhibiting innovation, yet be vigilant against manipulation, said U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo.
The Trump administration has reached a settlement stemming from the separation of immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border that lets some 1,000 people affected by the policy apply again for U.S. asylum after previously being turned down.
A new immigration policy kicked in this week that allows immigration officers to outright deny any visa or green card application that is missing evidence or contains an error, ProPublica reports.
The data paint a picture of stable health insurance coverage, across both private and government health plans, in a year that saw repeated efforts by the White House and Republicans in Congress to repeal Obamacare.
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is planning to return to Washington to hold more talks on NAFTA on Thursday but plenty of work remains before the two sides can strike a deal.
A U.S. judge on Tuesday struck down a nearly century-old California law that banned handgun ads at gun shops, saying the state failed to show it would prevent suicides or crime.
European parliamentarians are set to vote on a controversial copyright law that some critics believe could stop people from sharing memes and articles online.
Several lawmakers are seeking more information about airline fees and seating policies.
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Nike products are now banned from booster clubs in Kenner, Louisiana. All apparel, shoes, equipment and any athletic purchase must be approved by the Director of Parks and Recreation, USA Today reports.