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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday the Kremlin wanted Syria to prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections.
U.S. plans to send warships or military aircraft near China's artificial islands, could open a tense new front in Sino-U.S. rivalry.
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“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer takes the time to reveal the stocks that are running away from the competition.
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Mitt Romney once campaigned on a pledge to kill Obamacare. Now he lauds that law's effects.
Ahead of his maiden U.S. trip, Indonesia's President Jokowi says that while his first year has been rocky, he's still forging ahead with reform plans.
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Cyclical patterns could point to a market top that may be behind us as we move into 2016, said Peter Eliades, technician and analyst.
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Grading the U.S. economy, the rosiest scores from two billionaires on CNBC would average about a 68, equal to a D+ on a report card.
The overnight boom in tech stocks made a few billionaires even richer when they woke up on Friday.
Lululemon has been a sheer disappointment to investors, but one trader claims a turnaround could soon be afoot.