Christine Wang is a CNBC News Associate on the breaking news desk.
Prior to this role, she worked on CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report." Her work has been featured on MSNBC, MSN, Entrepreneur, Yahoo, NBC News and more.
Before joining CNBC, Wang was an assistant lecturer in Hong Kong Shue Yan University's English department, as part of a Princeton-in-Asia teaching fellowship. While in Hong Kong, she also held an internship at an English-language local news blog, where she covered art and culture.
Wang graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and a certificate in American Studies.
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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un chastised Donald Trump, calling the president's United Nations address "unprecedented rude nonsense."
Then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort offered to brief a Russian billionaire with Kremlin ties on the 2016 campaign, The Washington Post reports.
The company lowered its full-year earnings outlook to account for the impact of the TNT Express cyberattack.
Politico reports that the president's speech will depict a vision of tax reform that would get rid of deductions that primarily benefit higher-income taxpayers.
Japanese broadcaster NHK reported that the North Korean missile broke into three pieces and fell into the sea.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the special counsel is examining whether Michael Flynn had a role in an effort to obtain Hillary Clinton's emails.
The White House said in a statement that it could not "stand by as Venezuela crumbles" under Nicolas Maduro's regime.
The New York Times reports that relations between the two men are hostile as Republicans try to push through a slew of important legislative deadlines.