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The GOP should learn more about what's happening in health care before trying to create sweeping reform, says Dr. Kevin Campbell.
A new government report suggests changes to the big three credit reporting companies' procedures could improve credit scores across the board.
U.K. opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn argues that parliament should have the opportunity to scrutinize and vote on the final Brexit deal.
Volkswagen CFO Frank Witter discusses how his company is addressing the implications of its emissions scandal.
The Justice Department was asked to provide any evidence of the president's wiretapping claims before a March 20 hearing.
A spokesman for the House Intelligence Committee has asked the Justice Department to provide any evidence of the president's wiretapping claims before a March 20 hearing.
The country's securities regulator has slapped record-breaking fines on several fund managers for market manipulation. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Calls by members of China's legislature for more open access to the internet have increased this year, the SCMP reports.
The head of South Korea's Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee, may be stuck in a jail cell but he is allowed plenty of visitors.
The American Health Care Act would make a low-income 64-year-old in the individual market pay more than half his income for health insurance, Vox reports.
More and more lawyers are leaving the U.S. Justice Department to go work for causes that oppose President Trump's agenda, Reuters reports.
Spicer said he was not "privy" to Trump and Bharara's conversation and does not know if he was asked to stay on the job.
Not everyone in the financial world is all broken up over President Donald Trump forcing former U.S. Attorney Bharara out of office.
Preet Bharara's firing may work out well for Rupert Murdoch, as Bharara's office is investigating Fox News, New York Magazine reports.
John Carlin, former assistant U.S. attorney general, speaks with CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' about Preet Bharara's dismissal as Manhattan's U.S. attorney.
Bitcoin investors have taken the U.S. regulators decision last week to reject listing a bitcoin-backed exchange-traded fund in their stride.
Las Vegas gambler William "Billy" Walters is expected to go to trial Monday on charges that he made more than $40 million through insider trading.
Alphabet's self-driving car unit Waymo added a new patent claim to its intellectual property lawsuit against Uber Technologies.
Following her impeachment, South Korea’s ousted President Park Geun-hye sounded a defiant tone as she left the presidential Blue House. CNBC’s Chery Kang has the latest.
Scenes of both celebration and despair were on display across Seoul after South Korea's first female president was impeached last Friday. Chery Kang reports.