The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines.
One non-profit organization has aimed the sharing economy's methods at two main concerns of Europe's refugee crisis.
WASHINGTON, Aug 18- The U.S. Justice Department announced plans on Thursday to phase out its use of privately operated prisons, calling them less safe and a poor substitute for government-run facilities. GEO Group Inc ended down 39 percent at $19.51 on the New York Stock Exchange while Corrections Corp of America sank 35 percent to close at $17.57.
WASHINGTON, Aug 18- The U.S. Justice Department announced plans on Thursday to phase out its use of privately-operated prisons, calling them less safe and less effective than government-run facilities. The decision, announced Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in a memo, followed a report last week by the Justice Department's inspector general that...
Naturalized citizens have long been a crucial addition to national teams and the percentage of foreign-born athletes is growing.
Discussing Donald Trump's campaign and his views on immigration with Former Rep. Rick Lazio (R-N.Y.), Republican strategist, and Chris Kofinis, Park Street Strategies CEO and Democratic Strategist.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the latest on Donald Trump's views on immigration and his suggestion that we need "extreme vetting" of people entering the country.
Global companies may face a high risk that slavery is part of their supply chains, particularly if they are in garment-making, farming or mining.
DETROIT/ WASHINGTON, Aug 8- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will propose tax breaks for working families and for corporations as he outlines his economic plans on Monday in an effort to regain momentum lost during a damaging spate of controversies. The proposals in his speech in Detroit also include measures to simplify taxes for everyone, to...
WARABI, Japan, Aug 8- Mazlum Balibay paves Japan's roads, digs its sewers and lays its water pipes- all for a country that doesn't want him. Balibay, 24, is a Kurdish asylum seeker who fled to Japan more than eight years ago after he said his family was persecuted by Turkish security forces who tortured his father. "Japan bans us from working, but everyone knows that...
LONDON, Aug 4- In early October 2008, then Business Minister Shriti Vadera called a secret meeting of bankers and government officials on the top floor of Standard Chartered's City of London headquarters to address Britain's biggest peacetime crisis. The collapse of Lehman Brothers two weeks earlier- the biggest bankruptcy in history- had caused UK credit...
Italy is investigating whether Islamic State is involved in organizing the passage of migrants across the Mediterranean.
Demonstrators accuse Byron Hamburgers of having "entrapped (staff)" over illegal immigration.
Increased security measures in Visegrad countries - alongside Germany's recent spate of attacks - might suggest this.
Ready to pack your bags and retire far, far away? Leaving the country to enjoy your golden years is a major lifestyle change that involves lots of planning. Sharon Epperson explains the three things every overseas retiree should know before they go.
ZURICH/ BRUSSELS, July 28- European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has let negotiators pursue a deal on curbing an influx of foreigners to Switzerland, diplomats said, keeping alive Swiss hopes of avoiding a rupture with its most important trading partner. The talks are crucial for Switzerland, which has threatened to impose unilateral curbs on...
This manufacturing CEO says all business owners and job creators should support Trump over Clinton to be the next US president.
Julissa Arce says if Donald Trump were president while she was a young, undocumented immigrant, he probably would’ve deported her. And after his hate-filled speech, it’s time to stop Trump.
Members of the U.K.’s science and agriculture industries have already begun to voice concerns about Brexit's impact on funding and labour.
Professor Tony Travers, U.K. politics expert at LSE, says Britain's new leader Theresa May will want to stamp her authority in her first PMQs.