Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday filed his sentencing memo for Paul Manafort, the former chairman of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. » Read More
By: Jeff Daniels
California Gov. Gavin Newsom blasted President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency Friday and accused him of forgetting about the "real emergency" needs of survivors of last year's disastrous Camp Fire. » Read More
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The clip, which was first posted by another Twitter user and runs more than two minutes in length, plays audio from R.E.M.'s early-'90s hit single "Everybody Hurts" over excerpts from Trump's Feb. 5 State of the Union address. » Read More
The Commerce Department is expected to deliver long-awaited report on auto tariffs to the president by a Feb. 17 deadline, according to two sources familiar with the matter. » Read More
The New York City Health Department plans to step up its campaign — with violations and fines — against restaurants offering CBD.
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The chief of police says five people were killed and five officers were wounded in a shooting at a business in suburban Chicago.
The Fed calmed the markets in late January when it said it could stop raising interest rates, but investors are watching the release of its meeting minutes for any sign the Fed could veer off its easy path.
One of the major players in the mix is former Vice President Joe Biden, who has yet to declare his candidacy.
"I was happy to voluntarily sit down with them," Sanders told CNBC.
A federal judge on Friday slapped a gag order on Roger Stone, and lawyers for the longtime controversial Republican operative. The judge, Amy Berman Jackson, is presiding over Stone's criminal case in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.
"Like many other Americans, I certainly hope Vice President Biden decides to run in 2020. If he does run, I fully expect to support him any way I can," Chanos said in a statement first given to CNBC.
Judy Faulkner is not going to sell her company Epic Systems to Apple anytime soon. "We're not going to do that," she said at a conference this week.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday announced it would hear arguments in a dispute over the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Those expecting the stock market to build on the robust start it's seen in 2019 don't have history on their side.
The NFL and lawyers for players Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid jointly announced Friday that they have settled a complaint of collusion by the players, who claimed football team owners blackballed them because they knelt during the national anthem.
"I don't want to speak for him, but I believe he would've gone to war with North Korea. I think he was ready to go to war. In fact he told me he was so close to starting a big war with North Korea," Trump said of Obama.
Trump spoke at the White House on Friday without reading from a teleprompter and apparently without following a full script.
Special counsel Robert Mueller said a ruling by a Washington, D.C., federal court judge that former Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort lied to the special counsel's team means that there is no reason to delay sentencing in a related case in Virginia.
Cox announced last year it was looking to sell its broadcast stations as the industry moves toward consolidation.
Brady is a Super Bowl winner and league MVP, but he's not the highest-paid player in this year's game.
The last big DC team-up "Justice League" grossed the least amount of money among DC superhero films. But that bomb was followed by huge wins with "Aquaman" and "Wonder Woman." The future of the Justice League, and Superman and Batman, is uncertain.
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CNBC contributor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera joins "The Exchange" to discuss her conversation with Colombian President Ivan Duque Marquez as well as the current struggle for power in Venezuela.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Amazon's New York City bookstore on the scheduled protest of the company's decision to pull out of a new headquarters deal.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team breaks down what is happening across the markets with Rebecca Patterson, managing director and CIO with Bessemer Trust, and Ron Insana, senior advisor at global asset management firm Schroders.