After flipping 40 House seats in November's midterm elections, Democrats have key parts of the signature legislative achievement of President Trump's administration in their cross-hairs. » Read More
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The Trump administration on Thursday blamed the Russian government for a campaign of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the U.S. power grid.
California's economy remains strong, but it could be tripped up by fallout from Trump's trade and immigration policies, according to economists.
The FDA will soon take steps aimed at curbing e-cigarette use among younger people, FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb says.
The U.S. can institute tariffs on foreign goods without sparking a global trade war, Peter Navarro, director of the White House Trade Council, said in a CNBC interview.
Mnuchin came under fire last summer after taking a military jet to see Fort Knox, and a solar eclipse, with his actress wife Louise Linton.
The hackers did successfully guess 318 Pentagon card holder's usernames and passwords, but they did not get past a secondary layer of account authentication.
Easing bank regulations will help stabilize the system, not set the stage for another financial crisis, Sen. Bill Cassidy says.
President Trump's relentless focus on his base is making it easier for Democrats to win back the House this fall.
The Pentagon needs Silicon Valley to help them with A.I. but Silicon Valley says it's not that easy, the New York Times reports.
Democrats who face re-election in states Trump won in 2016 face pressure to support measures seen as bipartisan.
A former top HUD administrative officer has said she was demoted after resisting efforts to help Secretary Carson's wife Candy spend more than the $5,000 legally allowed for office furniture purchases.
Usually, an administration's first NEC director is the most influential — but Larry Kudlow could buck historical trends.
With Larry Kudlow about to ascend to top economic advisor to President Donald Trump, investors get an ally of markets, a supply-side free trader and passionate advocate for a strong currency.
By a rare bipartisan vote, the House passed the bill to increase federal funding of programs to help schools and local law enforcement prevent gun violence.
Arthur Laffer says President Trump should reduce the number of tax brackets even further.
"We have right now 32,000 soldiers between North and South Korea. Let's see what happens," Trump said Wednesday, as reported by The Washington Post.
The Chinese are prepared for a trade war with the U.S., and the cost of that to Americans and American firms should be considered, said an expert on U.S.-China relations.
China can expect the U.S. to take a tough stance when it comes to international trade, Larry Kudlow, the newly appointed director of the National Economic Council, said Wednesday.
House Speaker Paul Ryan argued Democrats could not repeat the performance from moderate candidate Conor Lamb.
Audio obtained by The Washington Post reveals Trump claiming he disagreed with Canada's Justin Trudeau — without actually knowing the facts.