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A group of U.S. military veterans has vowed to block the completion of the hotly disputed Dakota Access pipeline.
Following Facebook's results, the stock broke through its all-time intraday high in after-hours trading, briefly touching $137.25 a share.
A jury has found Facebook VR division Oculus guilty of copyright and trademark violations against ZeniMax, but not guilty of stealing trade secrets.
The Northrop Grumman-BAE Systems team exited the T-X trainer jet competition, making it the second team to leave the competition this month.
"As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice," Michael Flynn told a White House briefing.
If the Fed wants to hike rates three time this year, it needs to get moving soon, a former advisor to the Dallas Federal Reserve told CNBC.
After taking a hit, transport stocks may indicate somewhat of a slowdown for the U.S. economy.
Trump says he will urge Republicans to scrap the filibuster, or take the "nuclear option."
Should Apple's next phone dazzle later this year, the result could be surprising growth, according to Breakingviews.
Who will pay the price as Washington staggers toward a state of total partisan war?
A metric in a Waymo company report shows the company took big strides in developing autonomous cars in 2016.
Jack Vitayanon, 41, allegedly had been distributing meth for several years and was seen on a video chat smoking the drug in his residence.
Electronic Arts' Madden video game has correctly predicted the outcome of the big game nine of the last thirteen times.
Traders were not expecting the central bank to raise its key short-term rate after approving a quarter-point hike in December.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Dec. 14.
CNBC's Fed panel reacts to the central bank's decision to not raise rates Wednesday.
Wall Street needs more clarity from the fiscal side of Washington than the monetary side for a change, says Ron Insana.
The Senate confirmed former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as Donald Trump's secretary of State.
I didn't hit my target, but I am getting much closer.