Huawei Technologies will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system, a source close the matter told Reuters.Technologyread more
Huawei claims it has developed its own operating system for smartphones and laptops for "extenuating circumstances."Technologyread more
Current geopolitical tensions are making it harder and harder for oil-producing nations to make decisions that will help stabilize crude prices, Russian Energy Minister...Oilread more
Oil prices jumped on Monday after Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih indicated there was a consensus among OPEC and allied oil producers to continue limiting supply.Energyread more
Trump's threat, posted on Twitter, comes amid rising international tensions in the Middle East as the U.S. has dispatched a carrier strike group and bomber task force to the...Politicsread more
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party are set to form the new government again, exit polls from India's month-long parliamentary elections show. But past...Electionsread more
The latest crisis in the uneasy French-German relationship was accelerated by Trump's decision to stop Germany's comfortable and decades-old free-riding on trade and security...Europe Politicsread more
While some fans of the long-running "Game of Thrones" felt satisfied by the show's final bow, others were quick to express their displeasure with how events unfolded.Entertainmentread more
Stocks in Asia were mostly higher on Monday amid rising tensions between the U.S. and China.Asia Marketsread more
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said there were different options available for OPEC and its oil-producing allies in the second half of 2019, including a possible...Oilread more
The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) on Monday said Morrison's coalition has won 76 seats in Australia's parliament, which is comprised of 151 elected lawmakers.Electionsread more
U.S. authorities have found no direct links between ISIS and Omar Mateen, the gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, describing the 29-year-old as inspired by radical Islamist groups. (Reuters)
The FBI is looking into whether Mateen, who was killed in a shootout with authorities, visited the club, and tried to communicate with patrons on a gay dating app before going on his rampage. (NBC News)
The Florida gun dealer who sold a handgun and a rifle to Mateen said his conscience is clear. "It's horrible but I don't make the laws. I abide by them," Ed Henson said. (NBC News)
President Barack Obama, set to visit Orlando Thursday, convenes a meeting of his National Security Council today, as part of an ongoing review of efforts to "degrade and destroy" the Islamic State terror group.
Do Americans want to be reassured after a traumatic event or inflamed? Democrat Hillary Clinton is staking her presidential candidacy on the former, with Republican Donald Trump betting on the latter. (NBC News)
Microsoft's (MSFT) $26.2 billion deal to buy LinkedIn (LKND) puts the pressure on Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google unit to respond with an acquisition of its own, aimed at expanding its reach with business customers. (Recode)
The two largest daily fantasy sports companies, FanDuel and DraftKings, are said to be in early-stage talks to merge, as the industry faces a crackdown by U.S. states over whether it runs illegal gambling. (Reuters)
Cerberus Capital has agreed to throw a $22 million lifeline to Gawker Media, so the troubled digital media company can stay alive in bankruptcy pending a sale of its business. (WSJ)
Trump's campaign said it would revoke the press credentials of The Washington Post. Trump has previously barred Politico, BuzzFeed News, The Huffington Post, and others. (NY Times)
This year's U.S. presidential nominating process comes to an end today, with the District of Columbia holding its Democratic primary. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is set to meet with presumptive nominee Clinton. (USA Today)
Wall Street is nearly united in forecasting Clinton will be the next president of the United States but divided over which candidate is best for the economy and the stock market, according a new CNBC survey.
U.S. economic reports today include the important May retail sales report, expected to show sales up 0.3 percent, and import prices, both at 8:30 a.m. ET. Business inventories are released at 10 a.m. ET.
The small business index from National Federation of Independent Business out this morning showed a slight increase in May to a 93.8 reading. It was slightly higher than expectations.
Most employers across the globe plan to increase hiring over the next three months, though at a slightly slower pace than recent quarters, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
Baidu (BIDU), is cutting its quarterly revenue forecast by about 10 percent. The largest search engine in China is citing tighter regulatory scrutiny there into healthcare and related ads.
Alibaba (BABA) expects to nearly double its transactions volume by the year 2020. Meanwhile, Executive Chairman Jack Ma pledged to heighten the Chinese e-commerce giant's crackdown on fake goods.
NXP Semiconductor (NXPI) is selling its Standard Products unit to two Chinese firms for $2.75 billion. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2017.
A judge in Brazil has dismissed a nearly $6 billion civil lawsuit against Vale (VALE) and BHP Billiton (BHP). The suit was related to last year's Samarco mine disaster, which killed 13 people.
Novo Nordisk's (NVGN) diabetes drug cut the risk of heart attacks and stroke in a trial by 13 percent. The results from this closely watch study may encourage wider use of the treatment.
Valeant (VRX) holds its annual shareholder meeting this morning. In its delayed earnings report last week, the troubled drugmaker missed estimates on earnings and warned on outlook.
Charitable giving in the United States rose by an inflation-adjusted 4 percent to a record $373.3 billion in 2015, with individuals contributing more than two-thirds of that amount. (CNBC)