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The $5 billion dollar counterterrorism fund announced by Obama was seen as a sign of good faith, but the fund doesn't exist.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Blackberry stock soared because its losses weren't as bad as expected. The CEO of American Apparel was suspended, and Dubai's airport is now the world's busiest for international travelers.
Russian troops along Ukraine's border and the establishment of defense units by Russian authorities are troubling developments, the White House said.
The House is gearing up for some key energy votes, says Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton.
With new leaders in place, Congress faces more big fights over funding for highway construction and government agencies in the coming months.
Iraq is on the verge of collapse—and working with Iran is a "flawed strategy," says former White House foreign-affairs adviser David L. Phillips.
A new NBC-WSJ poll shows that just 41 percent of Americans now approve of Obama's handling of his job, reversing an uptick this spring.
A new NBC-WSJ poll shows that voters think Hillary Clinton has the knowledge and experience to handle the presidency.
President Obama will sign an executive order barring federal contractors from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Republican Gov. Rick Perry tells CNBC that he doesn't "necessarily condone" what he referred to as the gay "lifestyle," nor does he "condemn it either."
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Record highs melted away in the face of violence in Iraq this week. More mergers announced this week. GM had another recall, and Ford announced it's cars didn't get as many miles per gallon as it thought.
President Barack Obama is likely to make "timely decisions" on the situation in Iraq given the gravity of what has happened there in recent days.
Former President George H.W. Bush celebrated his 90th birthday Thursday in high-flying style—by skydiving.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. The Dow & S&P 500 hit record highs. The ECB lowered its rate in an attempt to jump start spending. And new greenhouse gas rules were introduced.
Iranian oil exports are running above the levels the Islamic Republic agreed to when sanctions were loosened.
Michelle Obama's wardrobe includes top designers' gowns that can run into five figures. Who foots the bill?
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. It was a short week, but the S&P still hit new highs. Even bad GDP data didn't stop the markets. Apple bought beats for real, and there was a chicken fight on the Street between Pilgrim's Pride and Tyson over Hillshire Brands. Ford recalled more than a million cars for non-threatening issues.
Shinseki came under fire for long waits at VA hospitals and an alleged cover-up of the deaths of several patients awaiting treatment in Phoenix.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Trading was quiet going into the holiday. AT&T agrees to pay $49 billion for DirecTV and its customers. But Pfizer's offer for AstraZeneca was turned down. And GM announced its 30th recall in the past five months.
Employees of the Veterans Administration should be held accountable if anyone falsified records on patient treatment, President Barack Obama said.
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