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The FBI is reviewing its contacts with Orlando shooter Omar Mateen, but hasn't found any lapse in its dealings with him, Director James Comey says.
Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell discusses how the country needs to respond to the type of attacks like what happened in Orlando.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson on what's breaking from the Supreme Court this morning.
It is time to implement a new plan to stop terrorism and keep America safe, says US Rep. Will Hurd, a former CIA agent.
Chinese company LeEco has snaffled a senior legal counsel from Google and snapped up Yahoo's property at the center of the U.S. tech hub.
Your children want to live your pied-a-terre? "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua has the answer, and it involves contract law, she tells the WSJ.
Vanity Fair's Maya Kosoff discusses Gawker searching for a buyer.
Gawker Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York on Friday.
An auto safety agency is examining reports of suspension problems in Tesla Model S cars, according to an agency spokesman.
The accused fraudster blocked reporters from his Twitter feed as he toyed with starring in a new satirical musical.
CNBC has learned Uber worked with a former senior CIA official, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers. Nick Bilton, Vanity Fair special correspondent and CNBC contributor, weighs in.
If marijuana is really legal in some states, then there's no need for all of these absurd restrictions, says former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
Many pundits have predicted the end of Donald Trump. But Ron Insana says the end may be near and Trump might drop out before November. Here's why.
An app called Amicable claims to lower the cost of ending a marriage by helping users tackle most of the work themselves.
David Lat, Abovethelaw.com, discusses the starting salaries for first year associates at law firms, and whether it's inspiring more students to study law.
Two hedge fund managers have been indicted for allegedly selling fake stock shares to fund casino and gentlemen's club visits, The Verge reports.
Cravath, Swaine and Moore is raising salaries for first-year lawyers by $20-thousand.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said that Donald Trump's comments are unacceptable and the "textbook definition of a racist comment."
The Delaware Court of Chancery determined that the board of Dell sold the company for too little, the New York Times reports.
The Obama administration's new retirement advice rule is a "big mistake," says Douglas Holtz-Eakin. Here's why.