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GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is weighing in on China relations ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. later this month. In an interview with FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney, Fiorina says she would use the opportunity for serious negotiations.
Donald Trump is hoping his golden touch in business will pay off for millions of tax paying Americans. The billionaire real estate mogul unveiled his tax plan on Monday during a press conference at Trump Tower in New York. Under his proposal, Trump says he will lower tax rates for the middle class, simplify the tax code and grow the economy “at a level it hasn’t seen in decades” without adding to the country’s debt.
A new film by Abigail E. Disney, “The Armor of Light,” explores the close connection between guns and religion through the eyes of an Evangelical minister and mother of an unarmed teen shot and killed.
Bernie Sanders’ “political revolution” went into full force on Tuesday night with the first Democratic primary debate in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thousands of supporters across the country gathered at events like the “Beer for Bernie” debate watch party at Slattery’s Midtown Pub in New York City.
Love him or hate him Donald Trump commands the public’s attention everywhere he goes. The braggadocios billionaire continues to take the political world by storm as the GOP front-runner in the 2016 race for the White House.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush unveiled his simplified tax plan Wednesday.
GOP 2016 front-runner Donald Trump took center stage Wednesday to fiercely blast the Iran nuclear deal before thousands of protesters on Capitol Hill.
Iowa conservative leader Bob Vander Plaats talks with FOXBusiness.com about Senator Ted Cruz's grassroots efforts to win over voters in the Hawkeye State.
Facebook is becoming a game changer in the political arena. Likes, comments, and videos shared via the social networking giant are changing how 2016 candidates connect with the public and gain support.