Impeachment has devolved into farce as senators doze off watching the trial, FOX Business' Stuart Varney argued in his latest "My Take."
HHS official said the California law violates a federal ban.
Warren’s plan, the Student Loan Debt Relief Act, would cancel $50,000 in student loan debt for every household with a gross income less than $100,000.
Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan and assistant to the president for trade Peter Navarro discuss the counterfeit goods problem in America.
The Massachusetts senator hit the milestone on Thursday
FOX Business' Trish Regan advised George Soros, Tom Steyer and Donald Sussman to 'step aside.'
Former New York City Mayor and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is reportedly giving his campaign staff three catered meals a day, an iPhone 11, MacBook Pro and his state press secretary $10,000 per month.
A new report says 220 first-time donors have contributed $21 million to the Trump re-election campaign, citing the economy as a factor. FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs, Charles Payne and Kennedy join ‘Bulls & Bears’ for a special panel to discuss.
If the presidential election were decided by the sheer volume and star power of celebrity endorsements, Sanders would certainly be victorious.
The former New York City mayor is paying state press secretaries $10,000 a month, compared to the going rate of $4,500 for other candidates.
“How could we have known?"
It's part of an ongoing feud between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders over Social Security.
Breitbart senior editor-at-large and ‘Profiles in Corruption’ author Peter Schweizer discusses his new book that examines the abuse of power by ‘America’s progressive elite.’
Fox News contributor and WSJ columnist Bill McGurn discusses presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg and his impact on the 2020 Democratic presidential field.
Bloomberg’s plan calls for allocating $850 billion over 10 years to invest in roads, bridges, dams and other infrastructure.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino and former Rep. Harold Ford Jr., (D-Tenn.), discuss the first day of the Senate impeachment trial, President Trump’s argument that Michael Bloomberg will never be president and is wasting his money and whether or not Bloomberg would support a candidate Warren or Sanders.
The Massachusetts senator requested that bank executives respond to questions by Feb. 7.
Bloomberg has suggested he'll spend up to $1 billion on the 2020 presidential election
In October, Clinton said that an unnamed Democratic presidential candidate was "the favorite of the Russians."
The message is believed to have included a malicious file that infiltrated the phone