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North Korea fired a new missile, according to the South Korean military, the latest act of provocation by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
San Francisco Fed President Williams said he still expects three rate hikes by the central bank this year including the one in March.
After his trip abroad, Trump wasted little time in hitting out at his critics in the media and addressing "fake news."
Peter Johnston got the idea for his startup after struggling to manage all the freelancers coming through Google's London office.
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Digital video game sales were up 9 percent in April from last year, but pulled back from March's record high.
The European Central Bank is set to receive updated data when it meets next month, but according to its president, it is not yet time to tighten monetary policy.
Veterans of grueling wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are laying down their weapons and picking up plowshares.
John Kelly said the United States planned to "raise the bar" on airline security, including tightening screening of carry-on items.
'Wonder Woman' could finally put to rest what analysts say is a tired story: that audiences won't pay to see female-led superhero movies.
British Airways faced its third day of disruption on Monday after a global computer system failure stranded thousands of passengers.
A plane designed to take on Boeing and Airbus has completed its maiden flight.
The average age of a U.S. vehicle is nearly 12 years old, a reflection of car quality but also swelling consumer debt, an expert tells CNBC.
Rebels aligned with Islamic State are close to being defeated in the southern Philippine city of Marawi.
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Despite a successful high-tech industry, Israel suffers from high poverty levels and inequality.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said steps will be taken in coordination with the U.S. to deter future provocations.