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“Protective orders” are a perfectly legal maneuver, but critics say companies are misusing secrecy to hide vital information from the public..
Guns are among the only consumer products for which the government cannot order a recall, leaving it up to manufacturers to police themselves.
A settlement covering 7.5 million Remington guns and 13 different models produced since 1948 is bound to be complex. Here's what you need to know.
Oil prices turned higher, lifting stocks off their lows and propelling some market indicators into the green.
Jerusalem employs a variety of techniques to try to stop terrorist attacks before they happen, including "smart" profiling and armed citizens, Mayor Nir Barkat tells CNBC.
Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Ressearch, explains why you shouldn't look to oil to predict a recession.
Certified financial planner Thomas Henske of Lenox Advisors says the onus is on parents to educate their children about financial literacy.
Viruses and security threats targeting Apple products have spiked in the past 18 months, a study said Tuesday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be too surprised by the price plunge in the stock of Outerwall, parent company of DVD rental kiosk Redbox.
Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro says there's more pain ahead for the small-caps Russell 2000, and it could spell trouble for stocks.
Bank stocks should rise with rates, or so the thinking goes. The reality, though, is quite a bit more complicated.
Emergency measures adopted for Beijing's first "red alert" over air pollution left millions of schoolchildren cooped up at home, the NYT reports.
This Air Force officer started a new lawn game. Is it worth quitting his day job (the military) over? Carol Roth has the answer.
Hans Bishop, CEO of Juno Therapeutics, gave an update on the company from the ASH conference.
It's the season of kindness, and contrary to their self-centered stereotypes, millennials are sharing the wealth.
OPEC's decision to leave its oil production quota unchanged is hammering oil markets, but some experts are skeptical about even lower prices.
Texting and driving remains the biggest culprit for distracted driving from cell phones, according to State Farm.
Despite the ongoing weekly closures of U.S. oil rigs, the U.S. energy secretary told CNBC that the country's oil production will recover.
A homeless man in Aspen, Colorado, beat 840,000-to-1 odds to win a half-million dollars on a lottery scratch ticket.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s turns investors on to a little-known stock with room to run.