Mohammed Rafik Naji, 37, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in Brooklyn, where he lives.
The Mexican peso and Canadian dollar gained as investors upped their bets on a win for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
Executives from more than 80 companies have referenced the election as a challenge to their performance, reports NBC News.
Clinton has support from women and Hispanic voters but the caveat is that undecided voters are likely to vote Trump, says Democracy Institute's Patrick Basham.
Trump is at 170 electoral votes, down from 180 last week, reports NBC News.
In this week's Trader Poll, tell us whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will win the U.S. presidential race.
Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris talks about the impact of the FBI's on the Senate elections.
Helmut Norpoth, professor at Stony Brook University, explains why winning presidential primaries is key to winning the election in his prediction model.
The FBI cleared Clinton for a second time but the incident has already affected polls, says Alavan Business Advisory's Alastair Newton.
Trump has a message for voters, but it likely is not going to be effective enough to clinch the election or siphon many early voters away from Clinton, an expert said.
Federal officials have warned NYC authorities about possible attacks by the al Qaeda militant group around Election Day.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NYC) discusses Hillary Clinton's email investigation by the FBI.
Agents thought the recordings merited further investigation, while prosecutors said they were "worthless hearsay," according to WSJ.
Shawn Henry, Crowdstrike Services President & Chief Security Officer and former Executive Assistant Director of the FBI, weighs in on the FBI's probe into the Clinton Foundation.
Cathy O'Neil, data scientist, explains how algorithms can target voters and control the candidates' message.
Discussing the home stretch in the race for the White House with CNBC Contributor and informal Trump advisor Larry Kudlow and Keith Boykin, former Clinton White House aide and Columbia University assistant adjunct professor.
Media mogul Robert Johnson tells CNBC the revelation about the FBI's renewed interest in Clinton's emails threatens to set a dangerous precedent.
Mark Cuban, billionaire investor and "Shark Tank" host, weighs in on the FBI's probe into Hillary Clinton's emails.
The full CNBC interview with Mark Cuban.
Hacking into Democratic emails was aimed at disrupting the presidential election rather than electing Mr. Trump, reports NYT.