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Zoher Abdoolcarim, Asia Editor of TIME International, discusses the magazine's annual list of the world's 100 most influential people.
Matt Vella, Time Magazine assistant managing editor, reveals this year's list of the world's most influential people, including titans, pioneers, leaders and icons.
Barbara Bergmann, a pioneer in the study of gender in the economy, died on April 5 at her home in Maryland, reports the New York Times.
Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, and Facebook are among the dozens of companies looking to step up their public support for lesbian, gay, and transgender people by calling on lawmakers to pass new, non-discrimination protections. CNBC contributor Jimmy Pethokoukis, and Liz Gannes of Re/code, weigh in.
Santa Barbara Water Resources Manager Joshua Haggmark talks about why the city wants to tap the Pacific for drinking water.
"Fast Money" trader Guy Adami and Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis play ball in the studio.
Mo'ne Davis is 13-years old and made history as the first female Little League pitcher to throw a shutout in a Little League World Series game. Davis is teaming up with "Make a Difference Everyday."
Marc Morial, National Urban League CEO, and Chris Christie, Christie Strategies CEO, discuss whether police and race relations are further along on the historic 50th anniversary of the Selma marches.
Japanese woman Misao Okawa is celebrating her 117th birthday today, and is the oldest person alive, reports CNBC's Tyler Mathisen.
Noa Mintz, Nannies by Noa founder, shares her experience starting a nanny business in New York City. Allison Johnson, Nannies by Noa CEO, weighs in.
CNBC's Robert Ferris breaks down a recent study on how cocaine affects decision making and how people perceive wins and losses.
NBC's Harry Smith discusses just who is making the most money in the pot industry, and Starbuds owner Brian Ruden, discusses the cash issue with banks. CNBC's special "Marijuana Country: The Cannabis Boom" airs Monday night at 9PM eastern time.
NBC's Harry Smith looks at the thriving marijuana black market in Colorado even after legalization there. The special airs Monday night at 9PM eastern time.
NBC's Harry Smith provides a preview of CNBC's documentary on the benefits and pitfalls from medicinal marijuana. The special airs Monday night at 9PM eastern time.
Leon Logothetis left the world of finance and traveled the world relying on the kindness of shelter. He discusses his journey from being a broker to writing the book "The Kindness Diaries."
A Shell gas station in the Philippines is apparently bucking the trend of gross rest-stop bathrooms with its 'luxurious' accommodations. The 'Today' show crew discusses the story.
South Korean prosecutors requested a detention warrant for a former Korean Air Lines executive who delayed a flight because she was unhappy over nuts.
Former President George H.W. Bush, age 90, was taken to a Houston hospital after experiencing shortness of breath, a statement from his office said.
Second Sight's main product "The Argus II" has been helping people who are blind see again. Second Sight patient Fran Fulton, and Second Sight CEO Dr. Robert Greenberg, discuss the technology.
Federal drug agents conducted surprise inspections of several teams' medical staffs. Horrow Sports Ventures' Rick Horrow, provides insight to the raids.