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Searches for "Will Trump take away birth control?" spiked 3,550 percent over seven days.
General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt tells CNBC President-elect Donald Trump should look forward not backward.
After an uproar over the promotion of a bracelet Ivanka Trump wore on TV, her company says it is "still making adjustments post-election."
Millions of pet owners in America love to spoil their pets—especially during the holidays. Here are some popular products they might enjoy.
Donald Trump is still raising funds by releasing limited edition t-shirts on his campaign website, NBC News reports.
Boom Technology, an aviation startup, unveiled today a subscale prototype of a supersonic passenger jet that aims to be the next generation Concorde.
Paul Ryan says the Republican dominated government will have to go "bold" and "big" to get the country where it wants to go.
The Commerce Department said on Tuesday business inventories edged up 0.1 percent after rising 0.2 percent in August.
Sales rose more than expected, pointing to sustained economic strength that could allow the Fed to raise interest rates next month.
Bill Miller tells CNBC that the surge in stocks in the wake of Trump's unexpected victory was not so surprising.
Alphabet's Google and Facebook announced measures aimed at halting the spread of "fake news" on the internet.
Thousands of students chanted phrases like "Not My President" after walking out of classes across the country.
U.S. import prices rose for a second straight month in October as the cost of petroleum and motor vehicles increased.
From the Iran nuclear deal to Obamacare, President Obama plans to spend the next two months defending and implementing his policies.
Rosengren, who is a voting member on the Fed's policy setting committee, said he prefers gradual rate increases to a faster tightening cycle.
The home improvement retailer's same-store sales also topped expectations.
In the latest sign that America's favorite southeast Asian condiment has gone totally mainstream, McDonald's is now testing a Sriracha Big Mac.
Conventional wisdom is that the Trump administration will bring comprehensive change; more likely, any change will be incremental.
Twitter is making it easier to report and block trolls and to enforce its policies.
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CNBC reviews Google's new Pixel Bud, which are supposed to let you translate languages but fail pretty miserably.
When asked to describe a difficult goal in her life, this candidate reveals a really big struggle she overcame. Her answer leaves these SwimKids interviewers speechless and proves a great life story will score bonus points during a job interview.
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