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North Korea warned the United States on Tuesday of "merciless" attacks if an aircraft carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson, which is joining South Korean forces for exercises, infringes on its sovereignty or dignity.
Chuck Schumer argued the CBO reports shows the plan will "cause serious harm to millions of American families."
Ukraine Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman asked Elon Musk for talks after he pledged to to fix South Australia's energy crisis within 100 days.
Google's research shows millennial parents, which make up 40 percent of the generation, are different.
SpaceX said it is now working toward the next launch opportunity, which expected to take place at 1:35AM ET on Thursday morning.
JPMorgan is stepping up its recruitment efforts by hosting pop-up cafes at campuses from the U.S. to Hong Kong, featuring popcorn and photo booths.
Women aspiring to become corporate leaders must take up the challenge, according to someone often cited as the most powerful woman in India.
Months of spin and political rhetoric will culminate in Dutch voters heading to the polls this week, with investors contemplating what the general election could mean for their portfolios.
Speculation is rampant that China will lead talks among Trans-Pacific Partnership member states at a meeting in Chile this week.
Trump argued that the system would eventually implode, hurting the Democrats who supported it.
Jim Cramer offered his take on retail and what a border tax could mean for jobs in that sector.
CNBC takes a look at the economies and politics of the big election battlegrounds of France, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany
OPEC's strong messaging around its output cut compliance began to break down at CERAWeek by IHS Markit last week, Helima Croft said.
American banks currently have some of "the best balance sheets in a generation," according to independent analyst Mike Mayo.
Hospitals with large Medicaid populations will close and others could cut services, Mt. Sinai CEO Dr. Kenneth Davis says.
Spicer said agencies would try to find functions that are "duplicative" or outdated to make the federal government more "efficient."
Boeing and Ford are powering ahead with China expansion plans despite the country's slowdown in growth.
Singapore surprised the sector by detailing a series of "calibrated adjustments" to the Seller's Stamp Duty and Total Debt Services Ratio.
China is prepared to counter the deployment of an anti-missile system in South Korea with its own anti-radar equipment, the SCMP reports.
Shares of Toshiba fell 4 percent after Reuters sources said the company was extending its Tuesday deadline for submitting third-quarter earnings.