Among Republicans in the Senate, House and White House, momentum built for another temporary plan that would extend funding to Feb. 8. » Read More
White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney also said Trump would not head to Florida to celebrate the first anniversary of his inauguration.
Federated's Steve Chiavarone detects a mountain of greed in the market, but it's not in stocks.
The government shutdown sparked fresh recriminations, with each party holding the other responsible failing to compromise. Here's how they voted.
Protesters turned out across the nation for the second Women's March, marking the first year of President Donald Trump's inauguration.
Kelly called congressional leaders to say President Trump had not reached a deal with Sen. Chuck Schumer.
Anthony Noto, Twitter's COO, is in negotiations to take the top job at Social Finance, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC on Saturday.
President Trump blasted Democrats for the government shutdown, calling it a 'present' for his first year in office.
Crude oil hit its highest level in more than three years to start 2018, but one market watcher expects these highs to be short-lived.
Democrats and some Republicans voted against a spending bill over concerns about keeping the government funded by short-term means.
One flight cost $15,994 per hour, according to Judical Watch.
Politicians in California, New York, and New Jersey have come up with ideas to protect residents' federal deductions.
Thrive, Arianna Huffington's latest venture, is trying to promote health and wellness by encouraging people to get some rest.
The statement was attributed to press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
U.S. companies stand to reap a "huge benefit," says the head of portfolio strategy at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management.
Tech companies continue to clash with the Trump administration over immigration policies one year after the inauguration, but they
Travel- and retail-industry leaders are fretting about a decline in international visitors to the U.S.
A trade war with China or a shakeup in the White House are among issues that can spook the markets in 2018.
The New York Democrat blamed the president for not striking a deal to avoid a government shutdown.
Kelly said the payments processor is thinking ahead to an eventual move beyond physical payment methods and traditional points of sale.