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Although cost increases have slowed, prescription drug spending has helped to boost health costs for an average family to a new milestone.
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Donald Trump's poll numbers are surging because of three things he's doing right now, says Jake Novak.
Apparent threats against planes disrupted travel at airports in Los Angeles and Houston on Tuesday.
Gold fell to the lowest in more than five weeks on Tuesday as the dollar hit a two-month high against a currency basket.
To make the Hyperloop safer, a developer has come up with a material whose namesake was used to make comic book hero Captain America's shield.
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Michael Morris, media analyst at Guggenheim, tells CNBC's "Power Lunch" why a shake-up at Viacom could be a good thing.
Workplace democracy has taken on a whole new meaning at Haufe USA – employees can vote on whether their CEO can keep his job.
Slow and steady stocks may be just the right investment in this market environment, as long as they are the right ones, two pros say.
Kate McShane, Citi Managing Director, discusses her buy rating on Foot Locker despite earnings missing expectations.
New York Assemblyman Jeff Dinowitz discusses his views on the "rigged system" of ticketing and what he's doing to change it.
Kelly Max, Haufe USA CEO, and Vivek Wadhwa, Stanford University Fellow, discuss Haufe's process of annually electing its CEO and how democratic voting in the workplace may or may not work across the board.
A sinkhole swallows cars and a tree in China.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oil prices as a stronger dollar takes some support out of the market.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Baltimore officer Edward Nero being found not guilty on charges in the death of Freddie Gray, and the first World Humanitarian Summit kicking off in Istanbul.
CNBC's Steve Liesman chats with the winners of the National Economics Challenge where two teams of high school students are testing their economic knowledge.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs and Dan Mangan, CNBC Business News, discuss the potential big price hikes in Obamacare plans for 2017 and what it could mean for consumers.
Andy Barish, Jefferies Restaurant Analyst, and Jeffrey Bernstein, Barclays, discuss what's behind the slide in McDonald's shares.
Michael Morris, Guggenheim Securities, discusses Viacom's boardroom battle and his neutral rating on the stock.