CNBC's Eamon Javers gives an update on John Boehner's latest plan for on the House vote on a clean DHS funding bill.» Read More
Discussing South Carolina's statewide ban of Uber, with Dukes Scott, South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take up the issue of same-sex marriages this term, reports CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
The U.S. is taking the first steps to ease its embargo against Cuba. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports $100 of Cuban cigars are now permitted directly from Cuba, among other rules on travel.
New laws in California range from breast pumping stations to gas pumps, with CNBC's Jane Wells. And no selfies with tigers in New York.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at some of the more unusual rules taking effect in 2015.
How about a New Year's resolution to make more money in 2015? The minimum wage is going up in 21 states New Year's day, with CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
South Korean prosecutors have indicted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick for violating transport laws, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Hao Hong, Managing Director, Research at BOCOM International, discusses news that China is investigating possible stock-price manipulation amid the recent rally in the country¿s markets.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Cuba's relationship with Venezuela and Russia are in focus because of the decline in oil prices. Cuba gets more than half of its oil from Venezuela every day.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera shares highlights of her experience visiting Cuba, and how things are different there versus 15 years ago, including more transportation.
Jackson Wong, Associate Director at United Simsen Securities Limited, says the verdict was less severe than expected, which gave shares of Sun Hung Kai Properties a lift on Monday.
Peter Churchouse, Author of The Churchouse Letter, says the verdict on property tycoon Thomas Kwok and the government's former deputy leader Rafael Hui sent a clear message on HK's rule of law.
Executives from large corporations are not being held accountable when they break the law, according to Brandon Garrett, author of "Too Big to Jail".
Michael Powell, NCTA president and CEO, provides his thoughts on the FCC's role in regulating the Internet.
Cuba's Raúl Castro addressed the people of Cuba, regarding new policies with the United States.
CNBC's David Faber provides the latest on the decision by a New York appeals court to vacate the convictions of former hedge fund managers Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson. Kate Kelly discusses how the ruling may impact the case of Michael Steinberg.
NBC's "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd will be focusing on race and trust issues regarding law enforcement in the wake of no indictments in both the Michael Brown and Eric Garner death cases.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports Remington will replace millions of Model 700 rifle triggers. Rich Barber's son Gus Barber died in a 2000 hunting accident, and he says Remington should be commended for its effort.
Apple's top executives are taking the stand in Apple's antitrust trial. CNBC's Josh Lipton provides insight to some of Steve Jobs' early comments on the iPod update in question.
Can police cameras make a difference? Steve Ward, Vievu founder and CEO, discusses how cameras for cops reduce police complaints, and explains the capabilities of the device.