Conservative Mick Mulvaney has taken both Democrats and Republicans to task for being fiscally profligate. Here's a look at where he may clash with Trump on the key budget issues he'd oversee if confirmed as White House budget director.
President Donald Trump is already breaking with one of the office's longstanding traditions by choosing not to release his tax returns.
A group of Democratic lawmakers is calling on a government agency to determine whether President Donald Trump has violated a term of the lease for his hotel in Washington, D.C.
President Trump will meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May to talk about forging a trade deal between the two nations.
Alec Baldwin, who impersonates President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live," will host the show on February 11.
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Samsung blames faulty batteries for exploding Galaxy phones. Doran Myersdorf, founder of battery company StoreDot, says the phone's design is partially to blame.
President Trump's decision to jettison the largest proposed free trade deal in history leaves the door open for Beijing to push its own brand of trade.
McDonald's is still racking up impressive sales growth overseas. But consumers in its home market of the United States are starting to eat elsewhere. And that could be a big problem as McDonald's faces tougher competition.
President Trump can use tariffs against other countries without approval from Congress.
Disney revealed the official title of the new "Star Wars" film on Monday.
In two speeches in 2011, Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of labor, fast-food executive Andrew Puzder, described the employees hired at his restaurants as the "best of the worst" available in the employment pool.
Carl Icahn, a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, congratulated the president for his inauguration speech and said that the 'dangerous slide towards socialism is over.' But some noted that the stock market did just fine under Obama.
Americans tend to be poor savers. If you're one of them, this rule can help you break that bad habit for good.
Sprint is buying 33% of Jay Z's Tidal in a partnership that will give the carrier's customers access to the app's exclusive music content.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. announces 36-state recall of bottled beer over risk of chipped glass.
An ethics group is suing President Trump, charging that he is violating the Constitution by accepting payments from foreign governments through his business empire.
Press secretary Sean Spicer will meet the White House press corps again at 1:30 p.m. Monday. After the angry statement he delivered on Saturday, it could be a career-defining moment for him.
Wells Fargo has found evidence that at least some of these whistleblower retaliation claims published by CNNMoney and elsewhere may have merit.
Kellyanne Conway walked back her claim that President Trump will never release his tax returns, saying again he will release them "after audit."
Foxconn chairman Terry Gou told reporters that the company is contemplating building a U.S. factory that could create 30,000 to 50,000 jobs.
Officials launched a 14-month nationwide campaign cracking down on virtual private networks.
The former Google executive who led smartphone maker Xiaomi's rapid international expansion is returning to Silicon Valley.
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Cape Advanced Vehicles is building replicas of the iconic Ford GT40 with the same body molds that were used to produce the original of the legendary track car.
Mitsubishi says it now doesn't expect to deliver the first model of its new regional passenger jet until mid-2020.