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President Obama will host an awkward meeting with President-elect Trump at the White House in their first public step toward a peaceful transition of power.
A gunman opened fire in Seattle following an argument and wounded five people, one man critically, not far from protests against Donald Trump.
Many are still reeling from the result of the presidential election. What next? The New York Times takes a look.
President-elect Donald Trump's campaign manager said there has been no discussion of an appointment of a prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton.
Standard & Poor's affirmed the U.S.'s investment-grade rating, a day after the presidential election, while maintaining its stable outlook.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said that the U.S. central bank is nerdy, geeky, but above all apolitical, and will remain so.
Thousands of people in New York, Chicago and other cities protested Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric around immigrants, Muslims and other groups.
Wal-Mart.com will kick off its online Black Friday sale three hours earlier than last year, at 12:01 a.m. Thanksgiving Day.
The opportunities are "unlimited" for President-elect Donald Trump's economic plan, former GE chief Jack Welch said Wednesday.
People distraught over Tuesday's election results are trolling Elon Musk on Twitter, asking to hitch rides to Mars.
Trump campaign advisor and oilman Harold Hamm said the U.S. government has done everything in its power to impede oil and gas production.
In AZ, CO, ME, and WA, voters demanded that wages rise.
America's love affair with pickup trucks and SUVs is coming at the expense of sedans.
Markets will watch Fed Chair Janet Yellen and President-elect Donald Trump to see if she resigns, he asks her to resign or they find a way to coexist.
The 2016 election shows that the established media's opinions are irrelevant and social channels may be more effective today.
In a memo released to employees, Schultz called for Americans to "honor the democratic process."
Our colleagues at NBC News have put together a massive collection of Trump's quotes over the past year or so. Here's a sample, based on NBC's work, that shows how confounding he is.
Small business owners seek clarity on issues including the minimum wage and the ACA.
After the Republican victory, many might find it hard to carry on.
The regulation that will require financial advisors to serve in your best interest may be washed away under new leadership.
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The Nobel Prize-winning economist is encouraging investors to go abroad as U.S. stocks hit fresh record highs.
Conditions are ripe to prepare for Korean peninsula unification, said Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at Rand.
It's also a complicated issue that will take a lot of continuing work because of the consequences of direct military action, Panetta said.
CNBC's Seema Mody breaks down President Trump's future tax plans.
It seems that everyone in Silicon Valley is trying out this low carb, high fat diet. CNBC speaks with three investors about their experience with the ketogenic diet.
Jim Cramer shared his take on the world’s most valuable company ahead of its big quarter.