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The first round of France's presidential election Sunday could bring on an intense bout of financial market volatility.
Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson finds Harlem magical. And, he's betting 10,000 others will, too, at this year's Harlem EatUp! festival.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz says no one will be fired for the airline's recent debacle.
A nonprofit watchdog expanded a lawsuit accusing President Trump of letting his businesses accept payments from foreign governments.
Zuckerberg is speaking from the annual Facebook Developer Conference, or F8, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
After a nationwide manhunt, alleged killer Steve Stephens is no longer at large.
Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort has applied to use foreign workers despite Trump's pledge to "buy American" and "hire American."
The Democrats are focusing too much on the Georgia special election, says Jake Novak.
Limitations on the H-1B visa program could limit innovation in the United States.
A German union could decide to call a strike at Tesla Grohmann Advanced Automation to force Tesla to enter wage negotiations.
There's some good news for procrastinators still scrambling to fill out tax returns in time for today's deadline, NBC News reports.
Online lender SoFi raised $105 million from investors who want a piece of the company's high-yielding student loans and mortgages.
In the last week, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Colorado have moved rate deadlines to June from April or May.
The vitamin and nutrition retailer said its going to begin leveraging consumer information from its loyalty program.
The Galaxy S8 is one of the biggest smartphone launches of the year. We've had one for a week. Here's our review of Samsung's new flagship smartphone.
Goldman Sachs' stunning first-quarter profit disappointment immediately set off some serious head-scratching on Wall Street.
Verizon announced Tuesday it has agreed to a $1.05 billion deal with fiber-optic cable manufacturer Corning.
The pariah state has found surprising ways to finance its nuclear weapons program.
A new report from Pacific Crest Securities suggests Apple's high-end iPhone is facing delays and may ditch the fingerprint sensor altogether.
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly speaks on the threats to America at a moderated discussion at George Washington University.
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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.
The actress and producer founded a Southern clothing and lifestyle brand, Draper James.
Jim Stewart, The New York Times and CNBC contributor, discusses President Trump's tax reform plan.
Carvana CEO Eric Garcia discusses his company's IPO and its unique sales model for used cars.