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Discussing how the U.S. should respond to the situation in Iraq, with Burdin Hickok, former U.S. diplomat in Kirkuk, and Bobby Ghosh, Time International Editor.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports Brent crude has jumped 2 percent on the geopolitical situation in Iraq.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the ISIS group is on a massive offensive and nearing Baghdad.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Tesla hopes opening patents will spur electric vehicle development.
Jay Rogers, Local Motors CEO, discusses the opportunities for 3-D printing in the automotive space.
A judge has ruled that California teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional. Kevin Chavous, American Federation for Children, and Joshua Pechthalt, California Federation of Teachers president, debate the ruling. Pechthalt says they will be repealing.
CNBC contributor John Kilduff says oil could surge $5-$10 in short if the situation in Iraq worsens.
Scott Tilghman, B. Riley senior analyst, says RadioShack is headed to a $0 price target on the stock.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan previews what is to be expected at Target's annual shareholder meeting.
CNBC's Steve Liesman focuses on minimum wage and health care while providing insight into CNBC's All-America Economic Survey.
Taxi drivers across Europe are protesting Uber. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports how traffic flow is being impacted.
Mayor of Reno, Nevada Bob Cashell makes the case for bringing Tesla's battery plant to Reno. Cashell says San Antonio, Texas is a strong competitor but Nevada will win.
Discussing how the market is digesting House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's loss, with MIchael Farr of Farr, Miller and Washington, and Zachary Karabell, Envestnet.
While he has made more than 40 investments on "Shark Tank," it was Al "Bubba" Baker's Boneless Ribs that he considers his best.
Congress needs to lower interest rates and colleges should be held accountable, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said.
The current system focuses too much on sick care and not well care, exponential medicine expert Daniel Kraft said.
Uber and its $17 billion valuation has drawn the line between the free market and statists. Which side are you on, asks Jake Novak?
Why does the U.S. spend so much money on health care? Daniel Kraft, Exponential Medicine executive director, says the U.S. spends a lot of money on "sick" care, not health care, and provides insight to new technology developments in the industry.
Discussing the challenges small businesses face to grow, and the difficulties in finding a skilled workforce, with Madelyn Alfano, Maria's Italian Kitchen president, and Matt Tyler, Vickers Engineering CEO.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), says she is "not running for president," but urgently working to pass a student loan bill.