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Ayad al-Jumaili, believed to be a deputy of Islamic State's leader, was killed in an air strike, an Iraqi intelligence spokesman said Saturday.
China's government is looking to its burgeoning space sector to rival US companies, like Elon Musk's Space X, to boost prestige.
Bullion had a good first quarter, and it bodes well for the second.
The EU on Friday offered Spain veto rights over the future relationship between the British enclave of Gibraltar and the bloc after Brexit.
The Islamic State has lost nearly two-thirds of the land it once controlled, leveling a major blow to several critical funding streams.
You may think cybercriminals are just after money, but hackers backed by governments now have the ability to cause power outages.
The U.K. is staring down the barrel of a hard Brexit and that will bring four types of market distress, a portfolio manager said.
China's factory activity expanded for a ninth straight month in March but at a softer pace as new export orders slowed, a private survey found.
Bannon, who helped to bring a fiery economic populism to Trump's White House, reported as much as $2.3 million in income.
When President Trump meets China's president in the Florida sunshine, markets may glimpse at how he plans to deal with thorny trade issues.
Stock indexes have responded in kind. Germany, France and Italy all posted multiyear highs Friday.
European equity funds have recorded their biggest weekly inflow in 13 months while U.S. equity fund flows head in the opposite direction.
Venezuelan authorities urged the country's Supreme Court to review its move to annul the opposition-led congress, which critics have called a "coup."
Protesters stormed and set fire to Paraguay's Congress on Friday after the Senate secretly voted to allow the president to run for re-election.
China may have gotten some clarity on the issues the Trump administration wants to address.
Oil prices are not capped around $55 but rather are on track to hit $70 per barrel this year, says famed oil investor Pierre Andurand.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, said Google and Facebook are media firms and "cannot masquerade as technology companies".
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson renewed pressure on its NATO partners to step up their contributions.
Flows into foreign ETFs are more impressive than action in US stocks. There's a simple reason: Overseas bets are beating the Trump trade.
South Africa’s demise towards a junk credit rating looks almost inevitable after the sudden dismissal of the country’s finance minister, Pravin Gordhan.
Many businesses and citizens are once more intensely debating the importance of political leadership and the potentially negative impact its absence can create.
Paint will be available to download for free from the Windows Store.
Presidents Trump and Obama made the same mistake, a former Reagan aide tells CNBC.
CNBC Meets speaks to legendary country musician Dolly Parton on her life, career and future business plans.
CNBC Meets speaks to Dolly Parton, who takes the time to discuss her humble beginnings, business acumen and success as a music icon.
Dolly Parton talks to CNBC about her business acumen with Dollywood, her film career, and the success of her "Imagination Library".
The Australian dollar has grown stronger as U.S. dollar weakens, Daryl Guppy writes.
A correction in the Nasdaq is a high probability, Daryl Guppy writes.
The double bottom in the Shanghai index has developed successfully and the rally has paused just below the target level of 3,200. Daryl Guppy writes.