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But senior Trump economic advisor David Malpass argues that supply-side economics brings faster growth.
A new report finds political uncertainty on Main Street is growing.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump tells CNBC the Federal Reserve is doing what President Barack Obama wants by keeping interest rates low.
How former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge came to pen a column shows how money, power, and national security mix in a post-9/11 D.C.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will want to know just how conservative Donald Trump is on trade, taxes and spending, Politico’s Ben White says.
Russia’s President Putin labeled media reports surrounding the Panama Papers as “provocation” on Thursday.
A Donald Trump presidency would be as big a global risk as the rising threat of jihadi terrorism, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
This year, the event to which some refer affectionately as “Spring Break for nerds” is attracting a new brand of geek — the political kind.
North Korea has threatened to launch an “all-out offensive” and “indiscriminate nuclear strike” against the U.S. and South Korea.
If the GOP presidential race came down to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman says he would go with Trump.
The international fallout from North Korea’s announcement of a “successful” hydrogen bomb test has already begun with world leaders slamming the development as a “grave threat” and “deeply worrying.”
Signs are emerging of a global backlash against Donald Trump and his luxury brand. Experts say his campaign rhetoric could be hurting his business.
To watch the documentary click here Because of the Second Amendment guarantee of the right to bear arms, removing a defective firearm from the market is deliberately difficult. The Remington class-action settlement — in which the company maintains the guns are safe — comes 44 years after the first lawsuit over the popular Model 700 …
Oil prices rise and bond yields inch lower after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter plane.
Julia Chatterley reports on the lockdown in Brussels.