The revelation of communication between Wall Street donors and possible Democratic candidates threatens to exacerbate tension between liberal and moderate Democratic voters.
The case centers on Dennis Obduskey, a Colorado man who defaulted on his $329,940 home loan in the aftermath of the 2007 financial crisis.
As the U.S. and China race to meet a March 2 deadline to reach a trade deal, the ideological divide between the White House's two trade camps, led by Lighthizer and Mnuchin, has taken on a new significance.
Two recent trading scandals, one involving a Republican congressman from New York and another involving former Rep. and one-time Trump administration Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, helped inspire the bill's creation.
The commitment to talks throws Trump into his most high-stakes period yet in his yearslong effort to crack down on what he calls unfair trade practices.
Trump and Brown spoke on the phone Wednesday evening about how to save up to 1,600 factory jobs the automaker plans to cut at the Lordstown, Ohio, facility.
Richard Ojeda and others who declared early candidacies will have a lot of trouble breaking out of what's expected to be a large field consisting of several Democrats, potentially including Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, now seeking a third term from representing Ohio, backs Trump on trade and wants more Democrats to join him.
Sen. Sherrod Brown doesn’t want to break up big banks or reimpose Glass-Steagall, but vows to constrain “the animal spirits.”
Sen. Sherrod Brown likes Trump’s bid to negotiate some drug prices down, but calls this WH a haven for Big Pharma.
Sen. Sherrod Brown wants Trump to unify the country, but remains confident America will overcome its deep divides.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, has an economic message that resonates with a key portion of the president's voters. But he's no fan of Trump's tax cuts. Brown spoke to CNBC's John Harwood last week.
CNBC's John Harwood on Friday talked with Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, who is up for re-election on Nov. 6. Here, they discuss the increasingly heated political climate in the U.S.
The measures are significantly more dramatic than some previous Democratic proposals – a reflection of the proximity to the midterm elections and the early interest surrounding the presidential race in 2020.
Ten years after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and helped trigger a global financial crisis, Democrats appear to be more staunch defenders of government regulation.
All three races in Florida, Arizona and Ohio will play a major role in whether Republicans can keep or expand their 51 seat to 49 seat Senate majority.
Trump's moves to put tariffs on imports have already factored into races for the House and Senate.
President Trump is trying to help Rep. Lou Barletta, an early supporter Trump supporter, take down Sen. Bob Casey.
Rep. Robert Pittenger lost a primary challenge, while Reps. Todd Rokita, Luke Messer and Evan Jenkins lost Senate primaries.
Senators have asked Carl Icahn and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to explain how an Icahn-owned refinery secured a valuable exemption from the nation's biofuels law.