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North Korea on Tuesday rejected a U.N. Security Council resolution imposing tougher sanctions and said the United States would soon face the "greatest pain" it had ever experienced.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday as Wall Street turns its sights to a key Apple event.
Eliminating price controls can increase the available supply of essential goods, the argument goes, and help prevent a black market.
U.S. government debt prices were lower Tuesday, as investors digested more auction results and data releases.
Leaders of the Senate Finance Committee demanded answers from Equifax about its major data breach.
Financial institutions with exposure to U.S. properties hit by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are tempering their loss estimates.
The upcoming federal election in Germany is not going to throw Brexit negotiations off course, but the U.K. needs to face the reality that Brexit is not the greatest priority for the EU, according to the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
Insolvent Air Berlin said it is cancelling around 70 flights on Tuesday after pilots called in sick in unusually high numbers.
Mike Cagney, who is co-founder and CEO of Social Finance, planned to step down by the end of 2017, the New York Times reported.
Apple is working with partners to test if the Apple Watch can detect common heart conditions, which would make its device a "must have" for millions.
The mayors of Tampa and Miami Beach said their communities were mostly spared from Hurricane Irma.
Trump is weighing a more aggressive U.S. strategy to counter Iran's forces, its Shi'ite Muslim proxies, and its support for militant groups.
The Senate took up the National Defense Authorization Act late Monday, passing a motion that lets the bill proceed and consideration of many amendments.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously increased sanctions against North Korea over the country's sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3.
Heritage Insurance expects an estimated loss of $200 million to $300 million in Florida thanks to Hurricane Irma, CEO Bruce Lucas told CNBC.
With stocks at record highs, traders are looking to Apple to help extend the market rally Tuesday.
More than two dozen lawsuits have been filed in the United States against Equifax after the credit reporting company said thieves may have stolen personal information for 143 million Americans in one of the largest hackings ever.
The senators wrote to the Equifax CEO seeking to know whether the compromised data included IRS, Social Security and Medicare information.
Florida's agriculture industry took a big hit from Hurricane Irma, with estimates showing up to 30 percent of some major crops had losses.
Some parts of Puerto Rico have been "decimated" by Hurricane Irma, but the tourism industry remains intact, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello told CNBC.
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The Facebook CEO hosted a live feed amid swirling criticism over the site's advertising practices.
A team of scientists found an association between tiny particulate matter and kidney disease in two different data sets.
The Oracle of Omaha says the Dow Jones industrial average can get to 1 million by the year 2117.
A startup has created a smart glove that contains electronic tendons, to strengthen your grip.
Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are worth buying now, and there's no need to wait for the iPhone X unless you absolutely need cutting-edge features.
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