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Truck accident on the Virginia Avenue Bridge, Indianapolis, IN

Video shows the Virginia Avenue Bridge in Indianapolis getting hit by multiple tall trucks. In all, seven area bridges have been hit more than 400 times. Bad GPS may be to blame.

A freshly prepared cheeseburger sits on a kitchen counter at the first U.K. outlet of U.S. burger restaurant chain Five Guys in London, U.K.

The introduction of Five Guys and Shake Shack in London last month is part of a growing trend of American culture seeping into British food and drink.

Obama overturns Apple import ban Sat, 3 Aug '13 | 4:11 PM ET
A Samsung Galaxy S4 and an Apple iPhone 5

President Obama has overturned a looming US import ban against some older models of the iPhone and iPad.

Heartburn over bad math and Big Macs Sat, 3 Aug '13 | 11:00 AM ET

A report that says McDonald's would only need to raise the price of Big Macs by 68 cents to double workers' wages is bunk and based on bad math, says CNBC contributor Carol Roth.

George Clooney

Just when you thought hedge fund smackdowns couldn't get any uglier, they get...prettier! Actor George Clooney has stepped into the ring, accusing Dan Loeb of trying to scare Hollywood.

Nathan Sawaya worked as an attorney for years, but the work just wasn't satisfying. So he ditched his job to pursue his art: creating sculptures from Legos. It's paying off.

Actor Jonathan Goldsmith, also known as "The Most Interesting Man in the World" from Dos Equis advertisements, recently opened up on Reddit.

The game maker is not happy about an app called "Bang with Friends" and is taking its creator to court, alleging trademark infringement.

President Barack Obama pitches his Grand Bargain plans at an Amazon fulfillment center on July 30, 2013.

While small businesses support tax reform, some groups aren't happy about President Obama's "better bargain," Inc. reports. Here's why.

Consumer packaged-goods makers have gotten creative with how they pass on rising costs and maintain bottom lines. Prices stay the same, but it contains less product.

How Twitter has changed the way NBA fans watch Fri, 2 Aug '13 | 10:19 AM ET
LeBron James No. 6 of the Miami Heat goes up for a shot against Kawhi Leonard No. 2 of the San Antonio Spurs during Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals.

While fans may use Twitter to express their love or disdain for players, the NBA has a much higher purpose for its engagement.

'Face it' - 3-D printed headgear by Melinda Looi

Haute couture designers are increasingly turning to 3-D printing to bring unconventional, customized designs to the runway.

The 10 greatest scandals ever tweeted Fri, 2 Aug '13 | 6:25 AM ET

It was once possible to keep public figures' outrageous behavior a secret, but those days are long gone. Read ahead to see the 10 greatest scandals ever tweeted.

A new survey finds that about three in 10 workers probably would search for a job online or take a call from a recruiter while they are at work.

Jaw-dropping things to make with 3-D printers Fri, 2 Aug '13 | 1:15 AM ET

From food to replacement organs and limbs, sex toys to weaponry—the sky's the limit for what we'll be able to do with this technology.

Close-up with the world's fastest supercar Thu, 1 Aug '13 | 3:59 PM ET
Bugatti Vitesse

Volkswagen's Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse certainly has its share to boast about. It is the world's fastest production roadster—and the most expensive.

If you want to earn more money, quit smoking Thu, 1 Aug '13 | 3:24 PM ET

Got a cigarette habit? New research shows what's going up in smoke could be your earnings potential—unless you quit.

Jerry Garcia

The first of August is Jerry Garcia's birthday. He would have been 71. The Dead's rhythm guitarist Bob Weir talks to CNBC about his longtime bandmate.

'O, Canada' becomes retail's new growth anthem Thu, 1 Aug '13 | 12:06 PM ET

Looking for a way to boost sales, more retailers have begun looking north in search of a less skittish Canadian consumer who doesn't have as many shopping choices.

Bugatti Vitesse

CNBC's Robert Frank test drives the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which happens to be the fastest production roadster on the planet. And one of the most expensive.

Bill Ackman

Activist investor Bill Ackman finds himself targeted by other hedge fund giants. But Wednesday, it got even worse for Ackman.

NSA Director General Keith Alexander called on the media to "get the facts out there" to counteract the emotions connected to the nation's anti-terrorism surveillance efforts.

Donald Kohn, former vice chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve

President Obama pushed back against criticism of his former economic adviser Lawrence Summers, who is seen as a leading candidate to become the new chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Bugatti Vitesse

CNBC's Robert Frank and John Hill, Bugatti sales director, take a look at the world's fastest and most expensive car; the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which comes with a price tag of $2.5 million and a top speed of 253 MPH.

Vegas is back, but the high rollers are not Thu, 1 Aug '13 | 4:31 AM ET

When the last recession battered the nation, the bottom fell out in Las Vegas. Now people are moving back, but they aren't gambling like they used to. The New York Times reports.

Spike Lee: 'You're not my accountant' Wed, 31 Jul '13 | 1:44 PM ET
Spike Lee interviewed on CNBC at the NYSE, July 31, 2013

Filmmaker Spike Lee speaks to CNBC's Squawk on the Street about his Kickstarter campaign.

They say you can never be too rich or too thin. But a poll finds that only 28 percent of Americans would be willing to gain 25 pounds to get out of debt.

Sex sells—but not always Wed, 31 Jul '13 | 12:22 PM ET

Contrary to popular belief, sex doesn't automatically sell well. Part of its success depends on the economy. For example, UK prostitutes are cutting prices as business slumps.

GDP revisions...and why Kardashians don't kount Wed, 31 Jul '13 | 11:51 AM ET
Kim Kardashian

The economy is a lot bigger than we think, but no thanks to Kim Kardashian and reality TV. Experts have gone back to 1929 to recalculate the size of gross domestic product,

Burned twice: Smacked by the IRS after a scam Wed, 31 Jul '13 | 11:07 AM ET
Fallout from financial scams can leave victims with heavy tax burdens.

Bernice Tingle lost her savings to a scam but that's not all. The IRS and California demanded she pay tax penalties accrued due to cashing out her IRA. Her situation isn't unique.