Politics and Government

As the 2010s come to a close, lawmakers and regulators have their eyes fixed on the tech industry following a series of scandals that drew their privacy and competition policies into question.

President Trump spent part of Christmas and the next day slamming Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with criticism over the latest moves in Congress’ impeachment proceedings.

President Donald Trump’s stock market stacks up well against the majority of his presidential predecessors.

President Donald Trump on Friday morning angrily lashed out against a Christian magazine founded by the late evangelical pastor Billy Graham after it called his actions “profoundly immoral” in an editorial headlined “Trump Should Be Removed from Office.”

Donald Trump has become the third president in U.S. history to be impeached by the House.

Facebook will not allow anyone on its platform, including politicians, to post misleading information about the 2020 Census, the company announced Thursday.

After the House voted to impeach President Donald Trump, Speaker Nancy Pelosi began a game of chicken with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Ahead of a historic House vote that’s expected to impeach President Donald Trump, a new CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds the nation evenly divided on the question, but about 1 in 5 Americans are either open to changing their mind or are unsure.

The House of Representatives approves a massive spending bill that some are calling a big win for business. Ylan Mui has more for us from Capitol Hill.

Ylan Mui reports from Upstate New York where a small manufacturer there could be a big beneficiary of the new defense department spending bill.

Buried deep inside the sprawling federal bill to fund the nation’s military is a special gift for a company headquartered in the smallest city in the Empire State.

The House Judiciary Committee plans to vote on the articles this week, sending it to the full House for a final vote in the chamber.

The bill would bar mergers including a company with over $40 billion in annual revenue or two companies each with at least $15 billion in annual revenue.

Two weeks of explosive public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump have left lawmakers as divided and entrenched as ever, but House Democrats are charging ahead with the next phase of the probe.

President Donald Trump won a temporary victory at the Supreme Court this week, when a majority of the justices voted to temporarily halt a subpoena for his financial records issued by Congress.