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Is Marvel's Ant-Man a step too far? Americans have seen a lot of movies based on comic books, but there are signs that the trend is over.
After 46 years of offering a weekly print edition, National Journal is calling it quits and going digital, USA Today reports.
South Africa's last white president, Frederik Willem "FW" de Klerk, talks to CNBC's Tania Bryer, on the CNBC Conversation.
Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister, talks to CNBC's Karen Tso, on the CNBC Conversation.
Orchard Road remains the top destination for shoppers during the recent Great Singapore Sale, according to a new report.
Fresh off signing a key player to a five-year contract, John Elway talks about other investments he's making in the auto space.
Wildfire seasons all over the planet are lasting longer than they have in the past and burning wider swaths of land, and it is costing a lot.
Being Sumner Redstone's driver involves many trips to the bank, his former chauffeur Tim Jensen says.
Sports subscription service The Power Rank uses gambling markets probabilities to calculate expected records for MLB teams.
The signs of California's drought are obvious, but what might not be is just how historic the current drought truly is.
In its push to hire 10,000 young Americans, Starbucks is looking to add 15 new locations in low income neighborhoods. USAToday reports.
Four: the women that made 2015's Forbes list of the world's 30 richest people. That number might not be a surprise, though where they live could.
In honor of the Pluto flyby, here is a gallery of historic first images spacecrafts have taken of different objects in the solar system.
Connecticut residents are getting some unwelcome news: Their state has become the most expensive place to die in the U.S.
Nike is releasing a new, easy-entry footwear system this month.
Greek tourism officials are working hard to keep everything running smoothly, said Alexandros Lamnidis of the Greek Tourism Confederation.
A look at the impact of Harper Lee's nationally acclaimed novel, 'To Kill a Mockingbird', and new release 'Go Set a Watchman'.
Hall-of-Fame player Barry Larkin, a former shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds, said that current MLB contracts are out of line.
Bob Bowman, CEO of MLBAM and president of business and media for Major League Baseball, told CNBC there would be no IPO for the technology division.
Days after a jury ordered Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson to pay a woman who sued over a sex tape, the rapper has filed for bankruptcy.