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CNBC's "Power Lunch" team discusses where wealthy investors are putting their money during amid trade war fears, with Michael Sonnenfeldt, Tiger 21 chairman.
Huntsman's decision to leave the post comes as Trump has faced relentless criticism for U.S. relations with Russia during his administration.
Russia has continued to develop and site SSC-8 missiles within range of almost all European nations.
Poultry producers are cashing in as China's swine fever crisis shows no sign of abating, sending prices of chicken soaring. Shares of breeders, meanwhile, have skyrocketed.
The DNC had claimed that Russia, which hacked the party's computers, had found in the Trump campaign "a willing and active partner in its effort."
Under the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, Turkey faces economic sanctions for buying the Kremlin's missile system.
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, former German defense minister and chairman of Spitzberg Partners, says the Western world's lack of a unified voice is creating a "toxic element" in global politics.
Mueller was testifying Wednesday for hours on Capitol Hill about his investigation into Russian interference, possible coordination by members of President Donald Trump's campaign and possible obstruction of justice by Trump himself.
Trump fires off eight tweets blasting Mueller, congressional Democrats who have called on him to testify, "crooked" Hillary Clinton and "lying and leakin'" James Comey.
Recode editor-at-large and CNBC contributor Kara Swisher joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss privacy concerns surrounding FaceApp and TikTok, as well as Russian and Chinese data collecting.
Nader helped arrange a meeting between Erik Prince and a top Russian moneyman in a purported Russian effort to build a link with Trump, Mueller's report says.
FaceApp went viral this week after people began using it to see what they'd look like when they get old. Sen. Chuck Schumer has asked the FBI and FTC to investigate whether pictures could be shared with foreign governments, like Russia. The DNC has warned 2020 presidential campaigns against using FaceApp too. There were privacy concerns about the app uploading pictures for processing on its servers. But now FaceApp tells you it's uploading your picture, so you can decide if you want to or not.
CNBC's "Squawk Box" team discusses the app that's taking social media by storm, and why some lawmakers and experts are warning of the security risks it poses.
A photo editing app has introduced a few new wrinkles to the faces of celebrities — and to the ongoing discussion around personal digital security, NBC reports.
U.S. officials see the deal as a threat to NATO, for which Turkey provides the second-largest military.
The U.S. Federal Reserve always finds it impossible to keep monetary policy out of the election cycle maelstrom, but it would do well to stick to its mandate and ignore the usual election cycle games, writes Michael Ivanovitch.