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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.
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The Post said the attorney general spoke with McGahn last weekend after his deputy, Rosenstein, signed off on the FBI's April 9 raid of Michael Cohen's office and residence.
The antitrust division is looking into whether or not carriers colluded in stifling technology that allows customers to switch providers without having to change out their SIM card.
The Journal reported that the subpoena came after an Associated Press story which alleged that Kushner Cos. had filed documents which misstated its number of rent-controlled tenants.
Fox Networks Group said in a statement to CNBC that it is "cooperating fully with the EC inspection."
Cummings said it is the committee's duty "to conduct credible, robust oversight" that protects taxpayers' interests.
Markets have been jittery in recent sessions amid fears of a potential trade war between the U.S. and China.
Tesla is voluntarily recalling 123,000 Model S vehicles because of an issue with the power steering component.
Trump and several Republicans allies in Congress have accused the FBI and the Justice Department of political bias.
The princess argued that greater community engagement between expatriate employees and local Saudis is necessary for understanding the opportunities in the country.