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  • Paradigm Shift Disrupts Cyberthreats

    Gaurav Banga, Bromium co-founder & CEO, discusses how his growing company is making the world more secure from cyberattacks.

  • The World Has Become a Less Peaceful Place

    Steve Killelea, chairman and CEO of Institute for Economics, tells CNBC that homicide rates have gone up quite remarkably over the last twelve months.

  • Fraudster Caught on TV

    A former postal worker pleads guilty to disability fraud after being caught on television in "Wheel of Fortune" visibly able bodied. Esaun Pinto, CPI Investigations, offers insight.

  • IRS: What Washington Knew

    Who knew what and when in regards to the IRS targeting scandal, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. Mark Simone, WOR radio talk show host; Jessica Tarlov, Schoen Consulting; and Tony Katz, All Patriots Media Network, share their opinions.

  • Women Charged With Sending Ricin Letters

    A Texas woman was charged with sending ricin letters to frame her husband, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

  • NSA Surveillance: Too Much?

    CNBC's Eamon Javers offers insight on NSA's efforts in national security. Cliff Van Zandt, former military intelligence agent, and Peter Swire, former chief counselor on privacy to the Clinton Administration, discuss.

  • Obama, Xi To Meet Tonight

    CNBC's John Harwood reports President Obama is preparing to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping. Hacking and the Chinese buying American companies are on the agenda.

  • US-China Relationship

    CNBC's John Harwood reports President Obama is preparing to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping. Bryan Walsh, Time senior international editor, discusses what the rise of China means for U.S. businesses.

  • Power Rundown: National Security, IRS & Jobs

    IRS employees reportedly say their supervisors directed them to target Conservative political groups, and President Obama defends the monitoring programs. Marc Morial, National Urban League, and Ron Christie, Christie Strategies, discuss.

  • President Obama: No One's Listening To Your Phone Calls

    CNBC's John Harwood reports what President Obama said about telephone monitoring programs. Eamon Javers offers insight on NSA's efforts in national security.

  • IRS Under Fire

    The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said the IRS misused $4 million of taxpayer money, and a source said one IRS official helped direct the probe of Tea Party groups, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.

  • US Fighting Cyberattacks

    The U.S. government remains concerned with hacking coming out of China. John Rutledge, Safand; Dave Aitel, Immunity CEO; and Carla Robbins, CUNY National Security Studies, discuss.

  • Wall St. Greed & Fraud

    Tommy Belesis of John Thomas Financial is being targeted by regulators, reports CNBC's Andrea Day. CNBC's Andrea Day reports. According to the complaint, brokers were even subject to physical threats.

  • Fredrick Scott posted photos on his website of himself with the former Knicks star Patrick Ewing.

    Federal prosecutors say Fredrick Douglas Scott, the founder of ACI Capital, stole his client's money.

  • The Thrill of the Hack: Prosecuting Cybercrime

    A convicted felon says the government's heavy-duty crackdown on hacking may be going too far and hurting innovation, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.

  • Andrea Sanderlin is not an actress, but her story—a horse-riding suburban mother of three accused of running a multimillion-dollar marijuana ring—sounds like a television show.

  • IRS Playing 'Dance Video Defense'

    The IRS' video released over the weekend provided new fuel to the controversy in its targeting scandal and conference spending, reports CNBC's John Harwood. Ed Conard, American Enterprise Institute; Eliana Johnson, National Review; and Tim Carney, Washington Examiner, discuss.

  • IRS Targeting Ordered By Washington?

    Discussing whether Obama operatives were involved in the IRS scandal, with Guy Benson, Townhall.com; Eliana Johnson, National Review; and Ed Conard, American Enterprise Institute.

  • Rengan Rajaratnam, founder of Sedna Capital Management and the younger brother of imprisoned hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, exits federal court in New York.

    The younger brother of convicted inside trader Raj Rajaratnam—who was himself indicted on insider trading charges in March—is in talks for a possible plea agreement.

  • IRS Spending Under Fire

    CNBC's John Harwood reports the IRS is under fire for its "Cupid Shuffle" dance video, and spending $50 million in conferences.

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