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Barack Obama talked by phone with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe about the response to North Korea's nuclear test, the White House said.
Wal-Mart faces a lawsuit claiming store employees negligently allowed an underage, drunk customer to buy a box of bullets later used in three murders.
Two men from the Middle East who came to the United States as refugees were arrested on federal charges involving international terrorism.
Donald Trump is in yet another Twitter feud. The billionaire called out Samuel L. Jackson Tuesday, criticizing his TV commercials and his golf swing.
The Fed vice chairman also said North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb has increased uncertainty.
TransCanada launched legal action over Keystone pipeline rejection, alleging President Obama exceeded his power.
"We do not have to accept this carnage as the price of freedom," President Barack Obama said Tuesday.
There hasn't been a significant increase in part-time jobs due to the Affordable Care Act.
Will a new Trump ad reverse his second-place status in Iowa and prevent a possibly crippling loss? Politico's Ben White reports.
Obama says his executive order is consistent with the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Donald Trump's first television ad highlights some of the most provocative parts of his presidential campaign platform.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said investors should not worry too much about the weak Chinese data.
Nearly half of Americans are angry, and no groups are angrier than whites and Republicans, according to a new online poll. NBC News reports.
The State Department released 5,500 more pages of Hillary Clinton's emails. NBC News reports.
In another sign that Carson's campaign is struggling, both his campaign manager and communications director resigned, reports NBC News.
Just this month, Dean Skelos was found guilty of using his influence to arrange payments and jobs for his son, reports NBC New York.
Gone are the days when voters want politicians to kiss their babies or sign an autograph. These days most hope to score a selfie with a candidate.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki has exited the race to be the Republican presidential candidate.
What color was the dress? Who won the Republican debate in October? Those were two of CNBC.com's top 10 stories in 2015.
As Donald Trump has barnstormed his way across America in recent months stirring up invective, it is not just immigrants the tycoon has in his sights.