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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton violated federal rules through her use of a private email server. NBC reports.
Four people were shot, one fatally, during a concert at Irving Plaza in Manhattan, police said.
With the furor over long airport security lines growing, Delta debuted a new system Wednesday it hopes will help solve the problem.
The nation's largest lender, Wells Fargo, is offering a new mortgage with a 3 percent down payment requirement. What gives?
The entrepreneur secretly financed a lawsuit to try to put the media company out of business, the New York Times reports.
Looking for a great place to get started with a newly minted college degree? Think Pittsburgh. Or Indianapolis.
"This is the greatest sport in the world," former Yankee great Derek Jeter tells CNBC.
Equipment failure caused a large power outage in Seattle on Wednesday, but it was restored by about 12:30 p.m. local time.
The state is the first to sue the Obama administration over federal guidance for transgender students in public schools.
One start-up is giving fitness enthusiasts an inside look at their own bodies.
Investigators say Kermit Washington used his charity to fund personal expenses, trips and jewelry purchases.
Apple is investigating how to charge electric cars, talking to charging station companies and hiring engineers.
A court hearing involving the Hulk Hogan sex tape case is underway in Florida, with Gawker Media asking for a new trial.
Minority shareholders of Exxon can now nominate outsiders to the company's board.
A new survey finds parents are less worried about student loans.
Congress needs to quit wrangling over funding to fight the Zika virus so the U.S. is prepared before mosquito season, Ron Klain said.
Alphabet's Google self-driving car project said Wednesday it will launch this year a new technology development center in suburban Detroit.
The New York Times announced it will offer voluntary buyout packages to members of the newsroom and several business departments.
While regulators and legislators try reduce the footprint of domestic institutions. American banks continue to lag.
Big banks have social media teams to rival newsrooms’ staffing abilities—and budgets.
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