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U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the FBI, saying the agency has been unable to stop people from giving national security information to the media.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg predicted that the "pendulum" of American politics will eventually swing back toward the center.
GSAM International CEO Sheila Patel discusses the economic stance of the Trump administration.
Two senior Samsung Group executives have offered to resign to take responsibility for the conglomerate's involvement in a graft scandal.
A Philippine Senator and staunch critic of President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs was arrested on Friday.
"Big crocodiles" and "demons" aren't terms typically associated with regulatory legalese, but they're being used in China.
Ex-CEO of Comverse Alexander was sentenced for securities fraud in a backdating scheme.
Jonathan Miller of the Council on Foreign Relations says South Korean political parties are already preparing for an election.
Singapore, a keen early adopter of the sharing economy, has fired a warning shot across the bow of Airbnb and Uber.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld Maryland's ban on assault rifles.
President Trump's immigration orders are likely meant to discourage new illegal immigration, but Jake Novak says it will be a brutal battle.
Swiss engineering group ABB fell victim to a "sophisticated criminal scheme" at its South Korean subsidiary.
Hong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang Yam-kuen became the city's highest-ranked official to be put behind bars, the SCMP reports.
Qualcomm has sought an injunction over an estimated $873 million in fines levied by South Korea's Fair Trade Commission, the Korea Herald reported.
South Koreans are calling for greater accountability among the country's largest family-owned conglomerates. CNBC's Chery Kang takes a closer look.