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The late Apple co-founder will be featured in a commemorative line of collectible U.S. stamps in 2015, a report said.
Procter & Gamble is hoping to attract those less rigorous with their dental hygiene to new flavors such as chocolate, and even lime spearmint.
A new study reveals that 80 percent of Super Bowl spots don't help sales. Pop culture commentator Chuck Nice shares his opinions on three hot topics.
Dr. William Schaffner of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, provides insight on a very resistant bacteria that affects patients mostly in hospitals. CNBC contributor Barbara Ryan, weighs in on the challenges facing the pharmaceutical companies.
Many singles go online to find a date for New Year's Eve, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton. Smartphone dating app Zoosk has 25 million active users, and Lipton is giving it a try himself.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on her conversation with Jordan Belfort, the author of "The Wolf of Wall Street." Belfort pleaded guilty to fraud after his firm defrauded clients out of more than $100 million.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports multi-millionaires are contributing so much to their families that they're being called the "family bank"
Peter O'Toole, the actor of regal bearing and piercing blue eyes who shot to fame in the film "Lawrence of Arabia," has died at age 81.
Discussing Pope Francis' economic message, with NBC News' Anne Thompson, and Father Matthew Carnes of Georgetown University. Thompson applauds the Pope's consistence with his message of economic justice.
NBC News' Janet Shamlian reports on a man who was locked inside an airplane after falling asleep, and not being awakened upon landing.
CNBC's Andrea Day reports on the band "Lights Over Paris," which bandleader Robert Mawhinney used to con banks into loaning him millions of dollars.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports a train engineer and 60 others were injured when a train derailed in New York. 4 people are dead from the accident.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports from New York where a train derailed and killed 4 people. The NTSB expects the investigation to find out why this happened will take 7-10 days.
Samantha Hess, a professional "cuddler," has more work than she can handle, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Hess charges $60 an hour and forbids any "funny business."
NBC investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports on teens attacking strangers in the "knockout game."
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the terms of Rupert Murdoch and Wendi Deng's divorce settlement.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson explains how he turned his life around after bankruptcy, prison and drug addiction.
While tablets may be helping kids cognitively, it can also become addictive too early in their lives, explains clinical psychologist Jeff Gardere. Tovah Klein, Barnard Center for Toddler Development, shares her opinions.
Edie Sundby has shared her nearly 7-year battle with stage-4 gallbladder cancer in the Wall Street Journal. Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH); Ari Melber, co-host of MSNBC's "The Cycle"; and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, discuss patients who are losing their existing health plan, and now their doctors.
Football is a violent game. Has the NFL done enough for player safety? Jack Brewer, The Brewer Group CEO, and Jon Najarian, OptionMonster.com founder, weigh in.