The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discuss the morning's top trending headlines.
Billionaire Ron Burkle spent years close to the Clinton family, but has yet to lend public support to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
WASHINGTON, Feb 10- The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to toughen sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program, human rights record and cyber activities, as U.S. lawmakers sought to crack down on Pyongyang for its nuclear tests. Lawmakers said they wanted to make Washington's resolve clear not just to Pyongyang, but to the United Nations and other...
New Hampshire's presidential primary victors, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, are the two candidates right now most likely to spook Wall Street.
Republicans ready for South Carolina primary in the race to the White House; China confirms its first case of Zika; U.S. customs seize 2,400 made-in-China hoverboards, and Burger King announces new menu item. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Todd Buchholz, Sproglit CEO, and Matthew Hale, Seton Hall politics professor, weigh in on the New Hampshire primary.
The outcome in New Hampshire may be like a "Seinfeld" episode: amusing, full quirky characters but with no clear message, Politico's Ben White says.
The Democratic debate was full of new lines of attack by Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders. The NYT reports.
Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone will back John Kasich's presidential bid after Chris Christie dropped out of the GOP race.
Billionaire Ron Burkle spent years close to the Clintons, but has yet to lend public support to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Wall Street's favored 2016 candidates are not faring that well despite a threefold increase in contributions.