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Venezuelan security forces quelled masked protesters with tear gas, water cannons and pepper spray in Caracas on Tuesday after blocking an opposition rally against socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
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Republican are continuing to discuss reviving a bill that seeks to repeal and replace major parts of the Affordable Care Act.
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A senior U.S. general warned about North Korean missile advances, calling it "very challenging" in remarks to a Senate panel.
First Solar shares popped 2 percent after The Washington Post reported the White House is considering a carbon tax.
Payless ShoeSource adds its name to a growing list of chains that have struggled to compete against online and off-price retailers.
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Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker announced his resignation Tuesday, admitting that he leaked sensitive information about the central bank's plans for economic stimulus to an advisory firm.
Trump economic advisor Gary Cohn says Elon Musk could build new infrastructure all over the U.S., or beneath it.
The Atlanta-based company said adjusted earnings for its fiscal second quarter totaled $1.77 per share, below a consensus estimate of $1.82.
Hopes that the president can snap the economy out of its sluggishness are fading as traders fear Washington dysfunction.
Eventually, people will only shop at Amazon, NYU Stern School of Business Scott Galloway told CNBC on Tuesday.
JPMorgan is boosting its investment in technology as CEO Jamie Dimon continues to embrace Silicon Valley.
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CNBC got inside access to the T-50A, which Lockheed Martin has entered into a U.S. Air Force competition.
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CNBC's Seema Mody offers some good advice.
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