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Vladimir Putin suggested climate change doubters "may not be at all silly" at CNBC's International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk on Thursday.
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The administration is assessing its ability to penalize nations whose currencies are undervalued, according to sources.
There's one industry that's particularly affected.
Microsoft is trying to improve Android with this custom launcher. Here's why you might want to install Microsoft Arrow.
Oddball tax deductions and credits that could lower your tax bill or increase your refund.
Leaving the workforce for graduate school can more than double your student loan debt. What to look for before you leap.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said the Trump administration would unveil a $1 trillion infrastructure plan later this year.
President Trump says getting a new deal on a health bill will be "easy," but that's because he's surrendering the fight, says Jake Novak.
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House Speaker Paul Ryan says he does not want President Trump to work with Democrats on new legislation for revamping Obamacare.
Andy Sieg, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, said the changes "will help us operate more effectively as a business."
Ackman's Pershing Square Holdings saw returns for its main fund tumble 13.5 percent net of fees in 2016.
In a massive raid, 34 people were arrested Tuesday in Italy just as the gang was about to launch its scheme, NBC News reports.
A U.S. federal judge in Hawaii has indefinitely extended a court order blocking the enforcement of President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Russia plans to fulfill its obligations to cut oil output in line with the agreement between oil producing countries by the end of April.
As Wall Street feels the heat from robots, RBC Capital Markets is turning to programmers to design trading systems of the future.
Burr and Warner took pains to show their probe as a bipartisan effort amid recent turmoil on the House intelligence panel.