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Research from Pew shows mothers are the primary breadwinners in 4 out of 10 households with children. Pew Research Center's Kim Parker offers insight.
Officials are almost sure the recovery of the missing is almost finished, and many are pulling together to help Oklahoma after the devastating tornado ripped through killing at least 24 people, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Weather Channel's Mike Seidel reports there was a hail threat in Oklahoma today, and shares an update on the aftermath from the tornado.
The nation's top CEOs are at the White House today discussing jobs for U.S. veterans returning from war. CNBC's John Harwood and Scott Davis, UPS CEO, discuss.
The FBI is looking into the relationship between Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and a major campaign donor who paid the caterer at his daughter's wedding, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
NBA Veteran Jason Collins has become the first openly gay male professional athlete in all of American sports. Howard Bragman, Reputation.com vice chairman and NBC Sports' Rob Simmelkjaer, discuss.
NBA center Jason Collins of the Washington Wizards has become the first male professional athlete to come out as gay. Sports Illustrated's Jon Wertheim joins the "Power Lunch" crew to discuss.
The father of the Boston bombings suspects was interviewed by Reuters, saying he wants his son brought back alive; and the home of the sister of the 2 suspects was searched, reports CNBC's Sue Herera. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, provides perspective.
CNBC's Brian Shactman and the "Street Signs" crew discuss news Tiger Woods' resurgence back to #1, which has also pushed golf's TV ratings higher. Some predict it will help the Nike brand, as well.
When does a divorce become a shareholder's problem? CNBC's Robert Frank has the story.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm is locked in a contentious divorce that could lead to a record-shattering multi-billion dollar settlement. CNBC's Robert Frank and Joshua Schneyer, Reuters, offer insight.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg wants to help women break the "glass ceiling," and tv ratings company Nielsen will not start to count people who watch TV shows via Netflix. CNBC's Jane Wells and Simon Hobbs, discuss.
Turberculosis is making a global comeback, including in the United States. Dr. William Schaffner of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, discusses the concern surrounding the disease.
Alvin Liew, Senior Economist, UOB delves deeper into Singapore's demographic challenge and explains how the real problem lies in managing the pace of change.
"If I didn't get sick standing in Antarctica in a bikini, something would be wrong with me," recounts SI swimsuit model Kate Upton.
That is the vision for Singapore is to have more babies to build the ranks of Singaporeans and get set for a construction boom but accept heavier congestion and more foreign workers as the crowded Asian city-state grows into a global center with 30 percent more people.
The IRS says it is continually coming up with new filters to detect fraudulent returns, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
The first movie about Apple's legendary co-founder got its world premiere on Friday, just 15 months after Steve Jobs' death.
Senate Democrats are finally promising to pass a budget, however an internal memo promises tax hikes will be included, with Ari Melber, Nation Magazine correspondent; Kate Obsenshain, author of "Divider-In-Chief"; and Kay Bailey Hutchison, Former U.S. Senator (R-TX).
Did you know that middle class Americans have more buying power today than ever before? Robert Reich, author of "Beyond Outrage," and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, weigh in.