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CNBC's John Harwood reports how President Obama is handling immigration issues while in Texas.
A new report by the White House Office of Management and Budget shows $100 billion of taxpayers' money may have been wasted through improper payments in 2013. The "Closing Bell" panel provides insight.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports 5 of the 7 current American Apparel board members will voluntarily step down including founder Dov Charney.
Marc Faber expects the S&P to decline 30 percent because the global economy does not support current valuations.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports the idea of a 4-day workweek; the prostitute accused of murdering a Google executive on a Yacht; and India's market are the hottest topics on CNBC.com.
Discussing how Tesla crashes will impact the automaker, with Laruen Fix, The Car Coach, and Craig Irwin, Wedbush Securities.
Despite market risks, Bill Fleckenstein of Fleckenstein Capital, says it is not possible to make money on the short side due to the Fed's printing of money.
Senator Charles Schumer, (D-N.Y.), discusses housing for immigrants and if politics is getting in the way of passing bills in Washington before November elections.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports board appointment of Google's Regina Dugan puts Zynga back into compliance with Nasdaq rules.
Discussing market valuation and how indices digested minutes from the Federal Reserve, with Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management; "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian; CNBC contributor Stephanie Link; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
CNBC's Bob Pisani says he expects to see fairly good retail numbers for the month of June.
Discussing the Fed's influence on the stock market and what investors are buying now, with Michael Block, Rhino Trading Partners, and Larry McDonald, Newedge USA.
The food industry has seen shifting consumer tastes impact some big brands. CNBC's Sara Eisen looks back at popular healthy foods of a decade ago compared to today.
Senator Charles Schumer, (D-N.Y.), weighs in on the political controversy over the Export-Import Bank. While many say the bank helps U.S. firms compete overseas, others say it's time to get rid of crony capitalism.
With the retail consumer listless of late, Eric Beder, Brean Capital, and Rick Snyder, Maxim Group, discuss if now is the time to buy the XRT and reveal what retail stock investors should be adding to their portfolio.
Is the S&P about to take 30 percent dive? Marc Faber, the editor and publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, says the global economy does not support current valuations and the market may bypass a meaningful correction and go straight to a crash.
Discussing when the Fed will raise rates and the ECB's impact on the U.S. economy, with Kim Forrest, Fort Pitt Capital Group; Keith Fitz-Gerald, Money Map Press; Ron Muhlenkamp, The Muhlenkamp Fund; Jerry Webman, Oppenheimer Funds; and Jack Bouroudjian, Index Financial Partners.
Zack Brown told CNBC he never thought $10 potato salad campaign would reach $50,000, and counting. Now he vows to use leftover funds for "greater good."
Zack Danger Brown's Kickstarter campaign rose over $50,000 all to make potato salad. Brown says his goal with the money is to spend all of it on the greater good.
David Dinenberg, Kind Banking founder and CEO, provides insight to his business model of providing financing to the new legal pot industry.