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CNBC: Politics

Trump rips possible 2020 rival NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo for saying America 'was never that great'

President Donald Trump said on Twitter that Cuomo was having "a total meltdown" when he told a crowd at an event that America "was never that great."

Trump is 'trying to get back at me' by revoking my security clearance: Ex-CIA chief John Brennan

In a tweet shortly before his appearance on MSNBC, Brennan alleged that Trump's actions are "part of a broader effort" to "suppress freedom of speech & punish critics."

Paul Manafort could spend the rest of his life in prison. Here are the charges he's facing

Manafort is charged with 18 counts lodged by prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, which is investigating Russia's attack on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Trump is preparing to expand 'Buy America' rules to include government infrastructure projects

The release of the order would conclude a contentious process that's lasted more than six months in which multiple federal agencies and offices raised concerns about the potential purview of the

Trump revokes former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance

The move targets one of President Donald Trump's most vocal critics.

Sen. Warren tells Cramer about her plan to make companies and CEOs more accountable to employees

Corporate America is focusing too much on getting shareholders rich, so the government needs to intervene to hold businesses accountable, says Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Two Democrats are poised to become the first Muslim women in Congress

Two Democrats are poised to become the first Muslim women in Congress, offering a stark counterpoint to the anti-Muslim policies and sentiment surfacing across the country.

A Democratic ironworker raising piles of cash aims to turn Paul Ryan's seat blue

Randy Bryce, who just won the Wisconsin 1st District Democratic primary, embodies his party's strategy in pushing to flip red-leaning seats as it tries to take a House majority in November.

Trump administration targets Chinese and Russian companies over illegal shipments to North Korea

The Treasury Department announced new actions Wednesday directed at Chinese and Russian companies that it says facilitated illicit shipments on behalf of North Korea.

Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort 'lied' and 'lied' for money, Mueller prosecutor argues

Paul Manafort is accused of hiding from the IRS tens of millions of dollars earned overseas and of committing bank fraud to obtain loans to fund his lavish lifestyle when that income from a pro-Russia

Treasury Department deletes a Trump election retweet that experts say violated an ethics law

Government ethics experts immediately sounded the alarm, suggesting it may have been a violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from engaging in political activity while on the

Jurors in Paul Manafort's fraud trial could start deliberating Wednesday after closing arguments

Presiding Judge T.S. Ellis has repeatedly urged attorneys in Manafort's criminal trial to speed their pace and scrap evidence.

Trump trade war with China leads to 'off the charts' rush of imports at nation's busiest port

The escalating trade war with China is leading U.S. retailers to speed up the import of goods from Asia's largest economy to avoid new tariffs and ensure they have adequate supplies for the winter

Trump support dips among farmers as trade war wallops agriculture

President Donald Trump received about 70 percent of the vote among farmers in 2016, but new polling from Farm Journal Research shows that his support is shrinking.

White House wrongly claims Trump created more jobs for black Americans than Obama did

According to the official count from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most of the recent employment gains for black Americans occurred during the Obama administration.

Pentagon reaffirms it will identify remains returned from North Korea despite their 'moderate to poor' condition

The Pentagon is reviewing the recently transferred remains that are believed to be those of U.S. soldiers killed in the Korean War.

Manafort lawyers' decision to rest without calling witnesses could lead to acquittal

Paul Manafort, who ran Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign for several months, is accused of tax crimes and bank fraud related to work he did for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine.

Trump campaign hires Hulk Hogan lawyer Charles Harder for arbitration action against Omarosa

Harder, who is best known for representing wrestler Hulk Hogan in his sex tape lawsuit against now-defunct gossip site Gawker, was brought on as Manigault Newman published a book with numerous

Democratic women band together as they build momentum in the hunt to win Congress this fall

In an election year that has seen a record number of female candidates, alliances among them have increased in profile and extent.

The battle for the House may come down to Minnesota: What to watch in Tuesday's primaries

Voters in Minnesota will pick nominees for four competitive House races, two of which are perhaps the GOP's best chances to flip Democratic-held seats.