CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including President Trump speaking to law enforcement officials at the Major County Sheriffs' Association conference in Washington D.C.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
People who call themselves "real Americans" and support discrimination based on ethnicity need a wake-up call, writes Josh Brown.
With Snap expected to go public as early as the end of March, Mayor Eric Garcetti is hoping it will kickstart the city's tech ecosystem.
An estimated 3 million people have marched worldwide, including in London, Berlin and Tokyo, NBC News reports.
Icelandic discount carrier WOW rolled out $69.99 one-way fares on Tuesday for its flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco to four destinations in Europe. USAToday reports.
Snowpiles grew across the US as an Arctic chill and winter storm brought plunging temperatures and dangerous winter conditions, NBC reports.
Data from apartment rental site Zumper show most of the most expensive markets in the nation see either flat prices or declines.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren thinks the US economy should hit its inflation goal next year
Pioneering television news anchor Gwen Ifill died Monday after a battle with cancer, NBC News reports.
This year more than ever, the leading three social apps are pulling out all the stops.
Wine has long been traded by serious collectors willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars. Now, the liquor world is now catching up.
Some college Republicans at Northeastern University find much to like about Trump's performance at the start of the final debate.
Sam Kennedy, Boston Red Sox president, talks about the business of major league baseball.
CNBC took a deep look at stocks in one urban area that have produced big stock returns in a wide diversity of industries.
The founders of the fitness phenomenon say they wouldn’t have made it without each other. A look at why their partnership works.
Curt Richardson, co-founder of Otter products, discusses his company's products and smartphone sales.
Greg Glassman, founder and CEO of Crossfit, discusses his business, politics, and sugar and food regulations.
Kind CEO Daniel Lubetzky discusses "being kind" as a business model, immigration and corporate responsibility.
Todd Wagner, 2929 Entertainment CEO and former Broadcast.com CEO, discusses entrepreneurship, the election, the future of tech and his Charity Network.