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Jay Leno returns with all-new vehicles, all-new guests and all-new adventures as he drives his passion for cars into your living room.
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Following a record-breaking opening weekend for Disney's "The Lion King," CNBC's Jim Cramer said the company's stock is an "annunity stream" for investors.
"Most of the industrial companies that I talk to are ready for the next big increase," Jim Cramer says of tariffs.
If U.S. scientists and researchers had refused to work on nuclear weapons, like Google did on AI, the world would be much worse, argues Palmer Luckey.
"I'm not hearing people blame the Fed as much as they're blaming tariffs," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
"I've been pretty impressed with the way Speaker Pelosi has negotiated with Secretary Mnuchin," Sen. Kevin Cramer says.
Union Pacific's Lance Fritz struck a more optimistic tone Thursday than the head of one of his rivals did earlier in the week.
"We are sponsors of this, in part, because crypto and blockchain in particular have great promise," says eBay chief Devin Wenig.
Draper cites the potential for decreased transaction costs and ease of international payments as ways that cryptocurrencies are good for the planet.
Jim Bridenstine, the leader of NASA, told CNBC his predictions for the future of the space industry.
Curaleaf Executive Chairman Boris Jordan said the deal fills out Curaleaf's U.S. footprint, adding the next frontier is Europe.
CNBC unveils its 10th annual America's Top States for Business. See where your state ranks in 2016.
Kevin O'Leary, chairman of O'Shares ETFs , has owned Facebook stock "through all this political crapola and noise," and thinks you should too. Here's why he's "excited" about Libra, its proposed digital currency, despite being a bitcoin critic.
Scott Minerd of Guggenheim joined "Halftime Report" and explained why he thinks easier monetary policy could fuel a strong second half for stocks.
Stock buybacks, which have long been a pillar of support for the broader market, just contracted for the first time in seven quarters. The "Halftime Report" traders make the case for why the decline isn't as bad as it might sound.
Stocks are on a roll, and a majority of strategists polled in CNBC's "Halftime Report Stock Survey" said they believe stocks are heading higher.
With a number of stocks including Disney, Microsoft, Honeywell, and Under Armour sitting at multi-year highs, the "Halftime Report" traders made their recommendations on whether there's more upside ahead for these stocks, or if investors should take profits.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is confident that his state's lawsuit against the federal government over charitable donation tax write-offs will succeed, he told CNBC.
Princeton professor and former Fed Vice Chairman Alan Blinder told CNBC that political meddling to weaken the dollar could 'kick off a real swoon.'