Here's the full public statement from the Nuclear Weapons Institute of the DPRK , which was posted on the Korean Central News Agency website.
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Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, and CNBC's Rick Santelli debate the potential repercussions from the ongoing money printing.
Hillary Clinton responded to the comments in a caption under her portrait on Humans of New York, a viral portrait photography page.
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A hoard of aluminum worth about $2 billion was discovered in a remote desert region in Mexico, the WSJ reported.
Jim Cramer revealed what stock pitfalls might be lurking in the market.
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Despite takeover talk, Twitter will be left to muddle on its own, analyst Michael Pachter said.
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