Everyone knows Tesla cars move fast. The same goes for Tesla the company.
President Donald Trump signed sweeping spending bills after he let Washington on Friday that allow the government to operate even as they do little to address the national debt, avoiding the dramatics of a shutdown crisis.
A Columbia University investigation into the top Treasury Department spokeswoman's Ph.D dissertation found that she had included
The White House insisted that House Democrats drop language in the year-end spending bill establishing a specific and quick timeline for deploying appropriated aid to Ukraine or risk a veto, multiple people involved with the talks told CNN.
President Donald Trump has accepted the invitation from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to deliver the State of the Union address on February 4, 2020.
After nearly five years of negative interest rates, the oldest central bank in the world has had enough.
President Donald Trump vowed last year that he'd never sign another sweeping spending deal to avoid a government shutdown. This year, Congress broke it up into two.
The Senate on Thursday approved a nearly $1.4 trillion spending deal to keep the government funded and avert a shutdown at the end of the week.
UK regulators are looking into the unauthorized use of audio feeds from Bank of England press conferences that could have given traders access to market-sensitive remarks by policymakers seconds before the rest of the world.
A federal appeals court has found the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate unconstitutional but did not invalidate the entire law, which remains in effect.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly referred to as the Mormon Church, responded Tuesday to a recently filed whistleblower complaint that accuses the church of stockpiling $100 billion in accounts intended for charitable works, misleading members and avoiding taxes.
The decade is almost over — and one incredibly volatile investment stood out from all the rest as the best of the 2010s. Want to guess what it was?
The $25 million for federal research into gun violence that's included in the massive spending bill agreed to on Capitol Hill represents the first time in over two decades that Congress has allocated funding for the issue.
Russian gun-rights enthusiast Maria Butina, recently released from a US prison, will become the host of an online video program, Russia's state owned network RT announced Tuesday.
When an annual defense spending bill was passed by the House of Representatives this week, it was stripped of multiple measures to compel tougher consequences on Saudi Arabia for human rights abuses, three congressional sources familiar with the legislation told CNN.
The Federal Reserve is strongly suggesting that interest rates are unlikely to budge much before the 2020 election.
Christine Lagarde has a message for investors and the media: She's going to do things her own way as president of the European Central Bank.
Top congressional negotiators clinched a "deal in principle" to fund the US government, an agreement that comes a little more than a week before the deadline and likely takes the threat of a government shutdown off the table.
President Donald Trump has threatened tariffs on about $160 billion of Chinese-made goods starting this weekend.
The White House budget office asserts in a new legal memo that it withheld aid to Ukraine this summer -- an issue at the heart of Democrats' impeachment inquiry -- to "engage in a policy process."
The UK economy ground to a halt in the three months leading up to the end of October, official data show. The political parties competing in Thursday's high-stakes general election are promising to fix that — but the impact of their policies is far from certain.
Several Jewish groups have criticized President Donald Trump over a speech he delivered Saturday to an Israeli-American organization, accusing him of using anti-Semitic stereotypes.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Sunday night released new details about her time doing corporate legal work, a period going back more than 30 years in which she made at least $1.9 million from private clients.