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The mansion in Washington's upscale Kalorama neighborhood is owned by former Clinton aide Joe Lockhart. The NYT reports.
With the furor over long airport security lines growing, Delta debuted a new system Wednesday it hopes will help solve the problem.
DARPA BTO Director Dr. Justin Sanchez spoke to CNBC about technologies to help brain functions, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Discussing how high oil can go, and whether recent moves matter, with Kyle Cooper, ION Energy Group, and John LaForge, Wells Fargo.
Wreslter Hulk Hogan won a $115 million lawsuit against online media company GAwker, but a new report claims funding for Hogan's lawsuit came from a powerful third party. CNBC's Julia Boorstin, and Forbes journalist Matthew Drange, provides insight.
Alibaba fell more than 6 percent after the firm said the Securities Exchange Commission was looking into its accounting practices.
Reuters is reporting eleven states are suing the President Obama administration regarding the school bathroom policy, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Voters at Exxon's shareholder meeting approved a measure to let minority shareholders nominate outsiders for seats on the board. Anne Simpson, CalPERS, and Jim Copland, Manhattan Institute, discuss what this means for future candidates for the board.
Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities analyst, discusses the play on Alibaba's stock after an investigation into Alibaba's accounting practices was confirmed.
Jacob Frenkel, former SEC enforcement attorney, provides perspective on the investigation into Alibaba's accounting practices.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba confirmed the SEC is investigating its accounting practices, with Donn Vickrey, Pacific Square.
Can dividend stocks continue to grow if the Federal Reserve hikes rates? Bob Landry, USAA portfolio manager, shares his forecast.
Discussing whether America should worry about a trade war if Donald Trump becomes president, with Catherine Rampell, Washington Post columnist, and CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow.
Discussing the best places to put your money, with Jason Pride, Glenmede, and Barry James, James Investment Research.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the action at the Treasury's 5-year note auction.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks to Delta Air Lines COO Gil West about his company's new screening process to try and speed up the TSA security line.
Jack Bouroudjian, CNBC Contributor, and Peter Boockvar, Lindsay Group Chief Market Analyst, discuss why there's no "tantrum" from the markets over the Fed's rate hike possibilities.
Why Verizon will do well in a market looking for direction.
America's wealthy may have more in common with you than you think.