Politics and Government

Infrastructure talks break down between President Trump and Democratic leaders and that has some wondering if a key deal on the debt ceiling might be harder to reach. Eamon Javers is following the story for us and reports from the White House.

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May hopes it will be a case of third time lucky next week, when the embattled Conservative Party leader brings her Brexit deal to Parliament yet again.

Sterling fell sharply against the dollar on Tuesday after Britain’s Attorney General Geoffrey Cox published his opinion on Prime Minister Theresa May’s recently amended Brexit deal.

As 2020 presidential campaigns accelerate, the dominance of Silicon Valley technology companies is likely to remain a key issue for Democratic candidates.

President Trump’s longtime friend Tom Barrack will cooperate with the House Judiciary Committee’s request despite the commander in chiefs dissaproval.

New York authorities reportedly are preparing to criminally charge convicted tax cheat and bank fraudster Paul Manafort whether President Donald Trump pardons his ex-campaign chief or not.

Congress is rushing to finalize legislation to avoid a government shutdown, but President Donald Trump has not yet committed to signing it.

Kayla Tausche recaps the economic issues President Trump outlined during Tuesday’s State of the Union speech.

Trump in his State of the Union decried “ridiculous partisan investigations” and implicitly called for them to come to an end.

Steven Mnuchin lauds the president’s economic policies and jabs at what he sees as worrying socialist trends among lawmakers on the left.

Investors will be looking for clues about U.S.-China trade talks, drug pricing and possible infrastructure spending measures.

The case is shaping up to be an important test of President Donald Trump’s two appointees to the high court, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Sens. Charles Schumer and Bernie Sanders are proposing a law that would put preconditions on companies that want to buy back their shares.

Warren’s idea comes alongside other Democrats’ plans to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans to pay for ambitious policy goals.

The indictment alleges that Stone had been in contact with top-ranking Trump campaign officials about efforts to leak damaging information about Hillary Clinton just before the 2016 election.