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The defense secretary told Congress on Tuesday the U.S. is "not winning in Afghanistan right now," but it will correct the situation soon.
State and the federal governments are making historic moves to combat the U.S. opioid drug crisis.
While it may not sound like much, the Fed's move to hike its benchmark interest rate target up a quarter point will have ramifications.
The risk of insurers departing Obamacare markets has grown as the Trump administration pushes for a major health-care reform law.
The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are Consumer Reports' top-rated smartphones.
"He is a visionary. He has built an enormous business that is changing the way people live," said Mitchell Green of Lead Edge Capital.
U.S. ambassador to Qatar Dana Shell Smith announced she is leaving her post just one week after several nations cut diplomatic ties with Doha.
"The North Koreans have a lot of explaining to do," Bill Richardson tells CNBC.
Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll said the tech sell-off was long overdue and may not be over, but it could be what the stock market needs.
Conde Nast is ending Style.com, its first foray into online fashion retail, after just nine months.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told senators on Tuesday that he has not seen any reason to fire the former FBI director.
The feature lets anyone on Instagram hide their old posts without deleting them.
Marissa Mayer is officially out at Yahoo. Here's her full farewell email to staff.
Google recently hired a chip designer from Apple, suggesting it's getting serious about building its own processors.
A small nonprofit health insurance plan in suburban Minneapolis provides health insurance to 700,000 people, Vox reports.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday as technology came back from their biggest two-day decline since December.
Bond investor Bill Gross warned that monetary policy has exacerbated a disconnect between the financial and the real economy.
In his first 100 days, Trump signed more bills into law than all but two presidents in the last 84 years, NBC reports.
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USA Today personal tech columnist Ed Baig speaks with CNBC’s ‘Squawk Alley’ on Amazon’s latest personal assistant device, the video chat-enabled Echo Show.
How much does it take to buy happiness? Warren Buffett tells PBS Newshour no yacht or mansion would make him happier than the home he bought in 1958.
Cadillac President Johan De Nysschen demonstrates GM’s new hands-free driving system, called Super Cruise, along a California highway with CNBC’s Phil LeBeau.