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Obama: Need to reject any politics that targets race or religion

President Obama discusses the importance of equality for all by rejecting any politics that targets someone just because of their race or religion.

Obama: If you doubt our forces, ask Osama bin Laden

President Obama discusses the importance of taking down killers and fanatics who need to be 'hunted down and destroyed.'

Obama: Priority #1 going after terrorist networks

President Obama discusses how to keep America safe and the power of the US military.

President Obama: America must lead fight against climate change

President Obama highlights the progress the country has made in shifting toward renewable fuels, and the benefits that have come with it.

Obama: Every American must be active in public life

President Obama concludes his final State of the Union address as he reflects on the road traveled in the last seven years.

Obama: New economy should work for everyone

President Obama discusses the middle class and what the country needs to do to assure that everyone has a chance to succeed in the new economy.

President Obama: Social Security more important than ever

President Obama addresses the importance of protecting Social Security and ensuring workers have a comfortable retirement with reliable healthcare.

Obama: 4 big questions we have to answer

President Obama discusses four issues he wants to address, including how to make technology impact the economy and making education affordable for everyone.

President Obama: Our foreign policy goals can't end with defeating ISIS

President Obama explains why America's foreign policy should begin with battling ISIS, but can't stop there.

President Obama: I will keep pushing for work that must be done

President Obama delivers his final State of the Union address and reflects on the road traveled in the last seven years.

'Democrats are laughing less about Trump'

NBC News' Steve Handelsman reports on the latest developments in the race to the White House.

Cramer Remix: No sell-off relief in sight

‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer on why a trading bounce doesn’t mean there’s real relief headed our way.

Cramer: Don't rely on activist hedge funds, understand what you own!!!

Mad Money Jim Cramer uses examples to show you why it's important to do your homework and not blindly follow the moves of an activist hedge fund manager.

Mike Khouw, President & Chief Strategist, Optimize Advisors, looks at implied dividend cuts in the energy space.

Exxon Mobil

The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 names to watch ahead of tomorrow's opening bell.

Oil company dividends not sustainable: analyst

Anish Kapadia, managing director & senior research analyst at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. explains why companies are outspending in order to pay dividends, even as oil hovers around $30.

4 Stocks, 4 trades: Apple upgraded at BofA

The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including Bank of America upgrading Apple, and Time Warner in question.

Musk: It's obvious Apple is building a car

Tesla's owner opens up about the prospect of Apple building its own electric car.

Palantir invades Palo Alto

Palantir is one of the most secretive startups in Silicon Valley, and now it’s taking over the city of Palo Alto. But why? CNBC’s Ari Levy reports.

President Obama's moment of reflection?

CNBC's John Harwood provides a preview of President Obama's final State of the Union address tonight.

Could oil drop to $10 a barrel?

CNBC's Phil Han reports on the dramatic decline of oil since the start of the year and if the price of a barrel of crude could really fall to just $10.

Get used to market volatility: Pro

Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, and James Norman, QS Investors, share their outlook on the markets as the Fed tightens and oil drops. And Norman weighs in on dividend plays.

Wall Street shows signs of steadying after slide

Futures are pointing to modest gains at the US open after the Dow and S&P managed to edge higher on Monday – but all is not completely well with the US market.

Detroit Auto Show revs up

CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the highlights from the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit where the world's leading automakers have gathered to debut their newest models.

All eyes on VW at Detroit Auto Show

CNBC's Phil Lebeau reports on the new models at the North American International Auto Show, and the attention placed on Volkswagen.

73% of young adults suffer from eyestrain

Digital devices are causing eyestrain among millennials and even children, according to a recent report.

CNBC update: 10 killed in Istanbul blast

Istanbul blast kills 10, injures 15; Supreme Court strikes down Florida death sentencing procedure and Airbus beats Boeing on plane orders, Powerball jackpot reaches $1.5 billion.

European stocks: retailers, automakers win

European retailers report strong sales; automakers' share rise.

Explosion kills 10 people in Istanbul

A large blast rocked a central Istanbul square in Turkey on Tuesday.

We have stable FX forecast: Airbus

Airbus, one of the largest euro/dollar hedgers globally, hasn’t seen currency volatility impacting orders as such, says Airbus’ COO, John Leahy.

We’ll continue to have record deliveries: Airbus

Airbus’ COO, John Leahy explains why the price of fuel is a “double edged sword” when looking at the airline sector.