Kayla Tausche takes a look at the economic and health care policies from the moderate Democratic Presidential Candidates.

Joe Biden released a plan Thursday to pile $1.3 trillion into a U.S. infrastructure refresh as part of a push to boost the economy and curb climate change.

Jeff Bezos out $107 billion. Warren Buffett short $77 billion.

That’s how much the net worth of each man would have been cut since the 1980s if Sen. Bernie Sanders’ tax policy had been adopted at the time, according to two University of California economists who study the growing concentration of wealth in the U.S.

Kayla Tausche gives us insight on some of the economic policies where Democratic Presidential Candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg stands for.

Wall Street’s most prominent investors are warning the sky would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the presidency in 2020, promising a market sell-off and economic contraction if the Massachusetts Democrat comes out on top.

A super PAC supporting President Donald Trump’s re-election efforts raised $4 million through a fundraiser that’s scheduled to take place in New York on Tuesday.

Robert Frank reports on how Michael Bloomberg is reportedly making a run for the Democratic presidential primary race and how this may impact the current debate on wealth and taxes.

President Donald Trump on Friday taunted former New York Mayor and multi-billionaire Michael Bloomberg amid reports that he is preparing a late entry into the already crowded 2020 Democratic primary race.

Wall Street can’t stop talking about Elizabeth Warren, and as trade-war fears and recession scares abate, the Massachusetts senator’s ascent is set to become the market’s new obsession.

Sen. Bernie Sanders would revamp North American trade relationships and expand protections for workers as part of a sweeping new immigration plan.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren lashed out at billionaire Leon Cooperman on Monday for his stake in student loan servicer Navient and stressed the importance of forgiving student debt.

President Donald Trump finds himself in a rut in potential match-ups with top Democratic challengers a year before the 2020 election, polling shows.

With manufacturing sector representing just about 12 percent of the economy, why are investors and politicians give so much attention to this industry? Joining us on the show to discuss this is Christopher Smart, a Chief Global Strategist at Barings Investment Institute.

Despite poor showings against his Democratic rivals in national polls, President Donald Trump appears deadlocked with his potential opponents in a handful of pivotal states about a year before the 2020 presidential election, according to new surveys.

Some finance executives have recently told Chuck Schumer that they are holding back from donating to Democrats running for Senate in 2020 due to their concerns about Elizabeth Warren, sources say.