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Russia’s Foreign Ministry has rebuked claims U.S. President Trump divulged classified info to Russian officials, calling them “harmful.”
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U.S. appeals court judges questioned the lawyer defending President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban about whether it discriminates against Muslims.
HSBC Holdings has settled claims by a group of U.S. bondholders that it conspired with rivals to rig the Libor benchmark interest rate, according to a New York court filing on Monday by the bondholders' attorneys.
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The oil market has essentially reached a balance and will continue to accelerate in the near term, the IEA said in its monthly report.
McDonald’s has apologized after its latest advertising campaign attracted widespread criticism for exploiting childhood bereavement.
South Africa's Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said Monday the treasury would use its 500 billion rand annual procurement budget to transform the economy.
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Security experts say new digital clues point to North Korean-linked hackers behind the latest wave of ransomware attacks, the NYT reports.
An explosive report from the Washington Post could add fuel to the fire "to those harboring doubts as to Trump's fitness to be president," said one expert.
The review has created a tug-of-war between industries arguing the creation of monuments comes at the cost of jobs, and Main Street businesses.
At Geoff Woo's start-up Nootrobox, almost every employee tracks their blood sugar levels throughout the day.
Iran is continuing to help North Korea with weapons technology as Pyongyang's new missile test emboldens the hermit regime.
Democrats also renewed their call for a special prosecutor in the investigations into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is slated to address reports that President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian officials during a meeting in the Oval Office.
If Trump intended to divulge classified information to Russian officials, it would mark a significant shift in the United States' approach intelligence alliances, a former U.S. intelligence official told CNBC.
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Republican Representative Trey Gowdy, who was among 11 people being considered for director of the FBI, said he wasn't interested in the job.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought shares of Bank of New York Mellon and Southwest Airlines in the first quarter.
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Mr. Bing features a Chinese breakfast crepe imported to the US by food entrepreneurs.
Seven House members have formed a bipartisan caucus focusing on AI to study the effects of automation.
Trump's budget needs 3 percent growth to work. But the labor force is shrinking, and his policies ignore the problem.
New Relic CEO Lew Crine visited "Mad Money" to talk to Jim Cramer about how cloud computing is still in its early stages--and that "massive" changes are coming to the IT landscape.
Jim Cramer breaks the bad news that OPEC is a bit of a joke and has run out of credibility when it comes to crude.
Jim Cramer takes a look at how HP Inc., once part of the Hewlett-Packard empire, has rebounded thanks to innovation and other shrewd moves.