Politics and Government

The House of Representatives’ decision to pass a bill raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour received almost immediate criticism from major business organizations.

Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer praised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s work on the debt ceiling, telling CNBC on Friday that the final deal “doesn’t need to be perfect.”

Iran rejected claims that one of its drones has been shot down by a U.S. warship in the Strait of Hormuz.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is rejecting the White House’s most recent debt ceiling proposal, which included $150 billion in spending cuts, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.

We look back to see how Wall Street reacted in the past when there is fiscal uncertainty in regards with the debt ceiling. Dominic Chu reports.

We discuss more about the wildly popular FaceApp and its recent growing number of privacy concerns. Ian Sherr, an Executive Editor at CNET, joins us with his analysis on the app.

All eyes are on Washington to see if lawmakers are inching closer to a deal to eventually lift the federal debt ceiling. Ylan Mui reports.

FaceApp is going viral but Washington is calling on an investigation regarding the protection of privacy. Andrea Day explains why this app is under scrutiny.

President Donald Trump’s allies in the business world and an army of bundlers have been courting executives across the country in an effort to help raise millions of dollars for the 2020 reelection effort.

The House is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a bill that would scrap Obamacare’s so-called “Cadillac tax,” an inactive provision of the health law meant to help control health-care spending.

What type of regulations will Washington hand down on big tech companies like Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook? We speak with John Freeman, a Technology Analyst at CFRA Research, to get his insights.

Tech leaders were in the hot seat on Capitol Hill where Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple faced lawmakers’ grilling. Ylan Mui has more for us from Washington.

Sen. Sherrod Brown came out swinging at Facebook on Tuesday to kick off the Senate Banking Committee hearing on the company’s new cryptocurrency project, Libra.

U.S. national security efforts will fall behind without innovation in financial services, the head of Facebook’s new cryptocurrency subsidiary said at a hearing about the company’s plans for a new digital currency.