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  • Wage rates are not picking up: Randstad CEO

    Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, says wage rates in Europe are not improving.

  • Immigration reform supporters a rally outside of the Supreme Court

    Standing outside the Supreme Court, Julissa Arce realized the Tea Party and immigration reformers are actually fighting for a lot of the same things.

  • LONDON— U.K. politicians who want Britain to leave the European Union are fighting back after President Barack Obama sided with those who want the country to stay in the 28- nation bloc. Justice Secretary Michael Gove led the charge Monday, arguing the U.K. will face a migration "free-for-all" if it votes to remain in the EU in the June 23 referendum.

  • Wrapping up his trip to Europe, President Barack Obama is huddling with President Francois Hollande of France, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy, Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. President Barack Obama says "we can't turn our backs on fellow human beings who are here now and need our help now."

  • EINDHOVEN, Netherlands— Despite increasing discord between the European Union and Turkey, German Chancellor Angela Merkel lauded Ankara's commitment to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis and said her weekend trip to the Turkish-Syrian border will be used to raise all contentious issues between the two sides. At the end of a Netherlands- Germany summit,...

  • Migration is no longer an issue: Eurotunnel CEO

    Eurotunnel CEO Jacques Gounon says the European immigration crisis is having no effect on his company's business.

  • Justices closely divided on immigration case

    CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing the case on President Obama's immigration orders.

  • Marchers rally under the Chinatown Gateway before marching to the Metropolitan Detention Center during one a several May Day immigration-themed events on May 1, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

    The Supreme Court is taking up an important dispute over immigration that could affect millions of people who are living in the country illegally.

  • Pope Francis arrives at the United Nations in New York, September 25, 2015.

    Pope Francis made an emotional visit into the heart of Europe’ s migrant crisis and took 12 Muslim refugees from Syria, The NY Times reports.

  • Pope Francis (L) waves next to Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos II upon his arrival at the airport of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos on April 16, 2016.

    Pope Francis traveled to Greece Saturday for a brief but provocative visit to meet with refugees as the EU begins a controversial plan to deport them.

  • CNBC Exclusive: Bob Geldof

    Bob Geldof, chairman of Africa-focused private equity firm 8 Miles, outlines the progress Africa's oldest independent country has made in recent decades.

  • Donald Trump and Mark Zuckerberg

    "Self-righteousness isn't very proactive," Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson said of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

  • NEW YORK, April 13- Democrat Hillary Clinton on Wednesday will propose the creation of a new national Office of Immigrant Affairs should she win the White House in November, as she seeks to woo minority and immigrant voters in New York less than a week before the state's primary. The New York primary on April 19 could either help former secretary of state Clinton...

  • UK Brexit

    The U.K. electorate is focusing on immigration and not the economy in the Brexit poll, says Investec Asset Management's Co-Head of Quality, Simon Brazier.

  • MEXICO CITY, April 12- U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump's proposal to force Mexico to pay for a border wall by threatening to block remittances from illegal immigrants would be a major violation of Mexicans' rights, Mexico's central bank governor said on Tuesday. The Republican candidate said last week that if elected in November, he would use a U.S....

  • Fed's Kaplan: US tax code need to be updated

    Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan talks about how central policy is changing in advanced economies. They has become more globalized, say Kaplan.

  • Too big to fail not our biggest issue: Fed's Kaplan

    I'm much more worried about the systemic risk that comes from the shadow banking system, says Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan sharing is views on breaking up big banks and why it is important to designate some institutions as SIFIs.

  • Fed's Kaplan: Need big issue discussions

    Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan discusses the Fed's path to normalizing interest rates, and central bank policies. Also Kaplan says there needs to be a discussion on key issues such as aging demographics, high levels of debt to GDP, and immigration.

  • Fed's Kaplan: Consumer will remain strong

    We still believe the underpinnings of solid growth is there, says Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan, talking to CNBC's Steve Liesman about GDP growth and raising interest rates. Hikes have to be slow and patient, says Kaplan. I think we'll make another move in the not so distant future.

  • A U.S. Border Patrol agent looks along a section of the recently constructed fence at the U.S.-Mexico border.

    There is a scary crackdown on illegal border re-entry happening that no one is talking about, says Julissa Arce.