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An appeals court ruled the government can ban people from six Muslim-majority countries if they have no family connections to the U.S.
The death tax compelled the federal government to recognize same-sex unions. Now it's time to kill it, says Gregory T. Angelo.
Simply losing money on investments doesn't mean you can sue but if you have been the victim of true fraud, there are steps you can take.
A Saudi-Iran war could shutdown the Strait of Hormuz crippling oil delivery from the Gulf, writes Steven Kopits.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on the controversy brewing between NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones after the Ezekiel Elliott suspension.
Why our response to natural disasters doesn't work and how we can start to fix it, say Trent Lott and Jason Grumet.
Amazon could face $28,000 in potential fines, Recode reports.
States are trying to disrupt the 'net neutrality' rollback,' warns Steve Forbes. FCC must establish a nationwide framework now.
The GOP's tax plan should adopt rules for the sharing economy, and clarify that those workers are independent contractors, says Bradley Tusk
The vast majority of Remington guns with allegedly defective triggers have not been fixed, and it is unclear if they ever will be.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports the latest on the subpoena of Carl Icahn and his firm over his role as a special advisor to President Trump.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that noted investor Carl Icahn and his firm have been subpoenaed by the U.S. Attorney's office for the Southern District in New York.
A Democratic Senator said he wants answers from top Justice Department officials about why a career prosecutor was asked to resign.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on the investigation into Harvey Weinstein and the fate of his namesake company.
Cryptocurrencies are unlikely to survive long-term as governments scramble to regulate them, Frederic Oudea told CNBC.
Commitment to compliance is "part of our social responsibility," Societe Generale's CEO Frederic Oudea told CNBC.
Breakthrough antiretroviral drugs for HIV are forcing states across the U.S. to rethink criminal laws enacted during the AIDS crisis.
Apple said it pays billions of dollars in taxes to the United States on investment income from its overseas cash.
The French National Financial Prosecutor requested documents on Societe Generale's ties with the Libyan Investment Authority.
Emad Mostaque, co-chief investment officer at Capricorn Fund Managers, speaks about the ongoing corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia.