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What is trade balance and is it really important?
During Sundar Pichai's hearing, a congresswoman went on Google and made a search for the word 'idiot.' Why is Donald Trump's face dominating the page?
Gerrymandering has been done by politicians in America for centuries, for reasons both partisan and racial. What is it and how did it start?
Michael Cohen, the former lawyer for Donald Trump, pleads guilty to charges brought in the Mueller investigation.
A federal judge on Friday issued a temporary restraining order to restore CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's White House press pass.
The Fed will start a review next year of how it meets its goals of promoting employment and controlling inflation and how well it communicates to the public.
Mercantilism has been making a comeback in recent years. What is it, and why is it relevant?
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned after enduring almost two years of abuse from President Donald Trump,
The Democratic-controlled House is likely to generate political headaches for President Trump.
The chief drivers of investor sentiment -- a China trade war, tariffs and interest rates -- aren't likely to change no matter what happens at the ballot box, most Wall Street analysts said.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the president continues his criticism of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, 40, faces federal criminal charges.
Black Monday of 1987 was both a shock to the system and a lesson learned for Wall Street - and for American investors
The stock market crash of 1929, and resulting Great Depression, still matter today. No doubt, the lessons learned from the market collapse almost a century ago still resonate today.
The U.S. Senate voted to confirm Kavanaugh as the newest member of the Supreme Court to strengthen the conservative wing of the nation's highest judicial body.
The 25th Amendment was implemented after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and provides for succession of power following the death, removal, incapacitation, or resignation of the president.
Twitter cites tweets and videos posted Wednesday as well as previous account violations for move against conspiracy theorist.
U.S. equity markets appeared unmoved by the latest political crisis to envelope the White House Thursday, as President Donald Trump lashed out at an anonymous editorial in the New York Times that accused his administration of being 'impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.'
The European Union has been a staple of the global stage since the 1990s, but its history and present are becoming increasingly complicated.
As a political icon of democratic socialism, Bernie Sanders is worth an estimated $2 million. But how did the independent heavy-hitter make his millions, and how does he spend it?