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Missing plane Malaysia Airlines MH370 was descending into the Indian Ocean with no one in control when it made its last satellite communication, new analysis reveals.
Market anxiety may persist through the inauguration thanks to uncertainty about both presidential candidates, one analyst says.
One third of the wealthiest people in the U.K. are currently under investigation by the country's tax agency, according to a report Tuesday.
The dollar is a direct and powerful transmission mechanism of American monetary policies to the rest of the world.
Hundreds of protestors are calling for South Korea's president to resign after a growing political scandal involving her close friend.
China has zero interest in arms races and thinks very differently about national security, according to new research.
CNBC.com and Citywire teamed up to rank the top 20 female portfolio managers worldwide and found they measure up to their male counterparts.
The FBI should not speed up or slow down its probe due to the election, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC.
A noted political scientist predicting Trump will win talks about how that contrarianism comes with the perks of publicity.
An artificial intelligence system puts Republican nominee Donald Trump ahead of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the election race.
With the help of Hollywood, collectors have been buying up back issue comics and driving up prices. CNBC's Phil Han reports from London's Comic Con.
New data shows that wildlife populations declined by an average of 58 percent between 1970 and 2012.
The lure of London for luxury shoppers has tightened its pull in recent months, driven by its core characteristics and the U.K.'s Brexit vote.
Microsoft has launched its first ever desktop PC with the world's thinnest LCD screen. Will it win over new customers?
A new bidding war over Australia's biggest farm has reignited fears of anti-China sentiment and put pressure on Canberra to clarify investment rules.
Three straight quarters of steady growth rates in China have raised suspicions but the country doesn't need to fake data, Xinhua says.