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Three Mile Island, site of the United States' worst commercial nuclear power accident, will shut down the plant in 2019 without a financial rescue from Pennsylvania.
The likelihood of Italy holding a general election by the fall has increased considerably as lawmakers discuss a new electoral system.
The latest data released Tuesday shows that home prices continued their rise across the country over the past 12 months.
When Disney bought Capital Cities in 1995, ESPN wasn't really considered that big a deal. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.
U.S. consumer spending recorded its biggest increase in four months in April and monthly inflation rebounded.
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Burger King is in trouble with Belgium's monarchy over an advertising campaign asking Belgians to vote online to "crown" the fast-food giant the ruler of the country.
Mike Dubke, President Donald Trump's communications director, says he is leaving the White House for "personal" reasons.
The founder of Android, Andy Rubin, just unveiled his new "Essential" smartphone which will cost $699.
A judge in the defamation case between Navalny and Usmanov struck down motions to summon Russia's prime minister to testify on his alleged wealth.
Robert Kaplan is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a voting member of the Fed's policy-setting committee.
First Data, which processes $2.2trn in transactions a year, is to buy fellow payment processor CardConnect for $750m. The $15 a share deal closes Q317.
The Trump administration is nearing completion of a policy review to determine how far it goes in rolling back former President Barack Obama's engagement with Cuba.
Chuck Grassley, a Republican senator from Iowa, called for an investigation into a property development involving the family company of White House advisor Jared Kushner.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of a new ballistic missile controlled by a precision guidance system, KCNA news reported.
U.S. Senator John McCain said Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bigger threat to global security than ISIS, and warned that the Senate would push for sanctions against Moscow.
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Montana's newest members of Congress — Greg Gianforte and Steve Daines — come from a tech company that sold to Oracle.
Denny's is launching delivery to about 50 percent of its restaurants and with it a new way to keep food fresh on the trip.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin's blimp will be the world's biggest aircraft it's finished, The Guardian reports.
Today's bell ringers are Leigh Curyer, NexGen Energy CEO, at the NYSE, and Takuma Sato, the first Japanese driver to win the Indy 500, at the Nasdaq.
Trevor Chapman started LDSman.com, an online shop selling random things shipped from China. He made a fortune working just a few hours a week.
CNBC’s Kelli Grant discusses strategies for paying off your student loans.