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Ronald Lewis will be demoted for misconduct including using a government credit card at strip clubs.
U.S. import prices rose more than expected in January amid further gains in the cost of energy products.
The U.S. S&P 500 equities index is showing a worrying correlation with currently peaking macro surprises, say analysts at Credit Suisse.
The website of the Office of Government Ethics crashed Thursday because of "an extraordinary volume of contacts from citizens about recent events."
The eclipse is expected to start around 5:34 p.m. EST, with East Coast residents having the best view, NBC News reports.
Getting paid to house sit and take care of plants and pets while owners are away is the latest fad for wanderlust retirees.
Prosecutor's office said around 70 grams of explosive TATP were seized in the home of a 20-year-old man in southern France.
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President Trump gave the markets just what they wanted — guidance on tax cuts — and now trading will be shaped by that for the next several weeks.
In a meeting with U.S. airline executives, Trump speaks again on removing regulations for American businesses.
Young Americans are showing less interest in buying lottery tickets, prompting officials to worry about the odds for future growth.
Global demand for oil continues to pick up, but a period of sluggishness is still expected to hang over producers in 2017.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has rubbished claims that workers had been underpaid and often suffered preventable injuries.
Microsoft's lawsuit against the Department of Justice will continue, according to a ruling today from Western Washington District Court.
Iranians swear allegiance to the clerical establishment following Trump's warning that he had put the Islamic Republic "on notice".
Reckitt Benckiser has agreed to buy U.S. baby formula maker Mead Johnson Nutrition.
Heightened French political risk and policy uncertainty are clouding a scheduled ratings review by Moody's, experts told CNBC.
Trump may have promoted his reputation as a deal maker, but the chances of landing a bilateral trade deal with Japan look slim, analysts said.