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Erik Spanberg, Charlotte Business Journal, discusses how the recent unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina is impacting business.
For the third night protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina to pressure police to release video that could resolve different accounts of the shooting of a black man, reports NBC News' Sarah Rosario.
Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner is under investigation by federal prosecutors in Manhattan for alleged sexts to a 15-year-old girl, NBC News reports.
Prosecutors in Tulsa, Oklahoma, have filed first-degree manslaughter charges against the white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man.
At least 500 million user accounts have been stolen from Yahoo, the company confirmed on Thursday.
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NBC News' Sarah Rosario reports there was a second night of violent protests in Charlotte, North Carolina following the fatal shooting of Keith Scott.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details surrounding SEC's insider trading allegations against Omega Advisers CEO Leon Cooperman. James Kousouros, Kousouros Law Defense Attorney, discusses what's next for Cooperman if allegations hold true.
The FBI is looking to find two people who were seen removing an explosive device from a luggage in New York City. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the latest on the SEC's insider trading charges against Omega Advisers and Leon Cooperman.
The SEC announced it is pursuing insider trading charges Wednesday against billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman and his firm Omega Advisors.
All schools in Prince Edward Island were evacuated because of a "potential threat," the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.
The White House said for the first time that it appears the weekend attacks were an act of terrorism.
Federal prosecutors charged Ahmad Khan Rahami with 10 counts including use of weapons of mass destruction.
It was "a hodgepodge, a rambling, disconnected, choppy series of references to past events," a law enforcement official said.
The accounting firm will pay a fine of $9.3-million to settle charges that two former auditors got 'too close' to clients.
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