The panel also accused Snowden of lying about his background and feuding with co-workers.
We may have had a data deluge today, but right now this rally is all about Apple.
If you believe the Fed is set to raise rates soon, Goldman Sachs has an interesting idea for how you can profit.
Regulators both have helped stabilize the banking system and cut off ways for institutions to keep themselves afloat should a crisis hit, he said.
Sports leagues find younger fans may be more likely to tune in on social media, and the platforms can give them more insights.
Paying for college is the ultimate team sport. Research from Fidelity suggests that grandparents could do more to help.
Fully autonomous killer robots will "never" have a role in the U.S. military, according to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.
Fiat is recalling the affected vehicles because of an issue with air-bag and seat-belt pretensioner deployment in certain crashes.
There's no truth to a report that Donald Trump wants Peter Thiel on the Supreme Court, a campaign spokeswoman tells CNBC.
Coach and other luxury retail names may face difficulty in appealing to younger consumers.
Technical analysts are expecting further pullback in the volatile stock market as they watch for a potential bottoming process.
The last time Apple moved more than 2 percent in five straight sessions, the top movie in America was "Fast & Furious."
Olive Garden's $100 Never Ending Pasta passes sold out in less than a second, according to a spokeswoman with the company.
Donald Trump once again questions the Federal Reserve's independence.
This election could be decided by just one state — Ohio — and right now, it's pointing to Trump, says Jake Novak.
Denise Galvez, co-founder of Latinas for Trump, says Trump has the right plan for immigration. Here's why.
The United States and Israel have signed a huge, $38 billion military aid agreement — with some changes from previous deals between the countries.
After building a social media empire with over 1,000 customers, Sprinklr is being rivaled by companies rushing to copy its success formula.
Vice and WPP will create an advertising platform across all of its global properties, cementing it as a large mutliscreen ad force.