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The vote by citizens of Great Britain to leave the European Union had an immediate impact on the U.S. presidential race, Politico's Ben White says.
The U.K. has spoken: It has decided to end its relationship with the European Union.
Legendary has won the rights to "Bad Blood," a film about Theranos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Anti-free-trade sentiment has helped Donald Trump snare the GOP presidential nomination. Here's how a trade war could affect your state.
The Twitter hashtag #Brexit topped the list of trending topics, NBC News reports.
Aquazzura is accusing Trump of copying the design of a sandal, according to a complaint filed in federal court, reported USA Today.
Julie Magill's confidence in Donald Trump has the potential to make her thousands.
Actress Lindsay Lohan implored the Brits among her 9.28 million Twitter followers to "#besmart" and vote to remain in the bloc.
HBO's hit fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" could face some costly obstacles while filming its final two season if the U.K. leaves the European Union.
The NBA All-Star says you have to stay humble and always have a plan B.
LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA championship. Here's why we could all stand to be a little more like him, says this VC.
High-profile investment manager Jim Chanos blasted Tesla's proposed acquisition of SolarCity on Wednesday.
Emma Watson isn't the only celebrity to weigh in on the Brexit via social media. Dozens of celebrities have expressed their thoughts.
There are smart moves US investors can make now to safeguard their exposure in the UK and Europe, before the Brexit vote on Thursday.
Carmelo Anthony wanted to make a change. The basketball player was moving from Denver to New York, and he sought to revamp his image.