Joshua Schulte, a New York City resident, was charged in a 13-count superseding indictment connected to alleged theft of classified information from the CIA. » Read More
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President Donald Trump has requested the United States Trade Representative to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese goods for additional tariffs at a rate of 10 percent. » Read More
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has maintained his stance that he plans to play football into his 40s "as long as (he's) still loving it," but acknowledged that there is an end in sight, USA Today reports.
"I don't think this report speaks to the special counsel investigation," FBI Director Christopher Wray said.
According to correspondence attained by CNBC, a fire at Tesla's Fremont, California plant interrupted vehicle production there on Sunday night.
Microsoft said an employee mistakenly deleted information about the company's cloud work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But the company said it's "dismayed" about ICE's involvement in separating immigrant kids from parents.
OPEC is expected to agree to open its spigots and add more supplies to the global oil market, a process that could create fresh volatility around oil prices.
Ross last year owned stakes in companies co-owned with China's government, short sold a shipping firm linked to Russians days before his ties to it were exposed and held more than $10 million in stock of his former employer Invesco.
The CEO was referring to the tsunami of arbitration claims claiming breach of fiduciary duty, negligence and fraud in connection with several bond funds managed by UBS
Investors have not been running for the exits despite the fact that Trump has stepped up trade brawls with China, Canada and the European Union, according to The New York Times.
After touring a San Diego-area immigration detention facility holding children, House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant children from families "must be changed immediately."
When Spiegel heard his supermodel wife’s feedback, he knew the rollout would be “choppy.”
After North Korea, China was the biggest beneficiary of Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un, some political experts say. US News & World Report has the story.
Kathie Leonard filed an anti-dumping case with the Department of Commerce. Eighteen months and nearly $ 1 million later, the DOC ruled in in favor of her company, leveraging a 200 to 300 percent tariff on Chinese competitors' product.
House Speaker Paul Ryan just endorsed his former aide Bryan Steil in the race for his own congressional seat. He is preparing to help the Republican front-runner raise enough money to compete in what's turned into a crowded field.
An American liberal watchdog group apologized and will pay more than $3 million after labeling a British organization and its founder as anti-Muslim extremists.
New York's Department of Financial Services granted Square a virtual currency license, allowing users of the Cash app in the state to trade bitcoin.
The new iOS 12 feature for the iPhone and iPad will help emergency services locate a person more quickly when in need.
Women in trucking face significant challenges, but many say they're outweighed by the opportunities.
Tobacco companies will have statements on their websites that warn consumers about the health risks of their products.
Jim Cramer hears from Olo CEO Noah Glass about his food delivery company's expansion and its recent partnership with Amazon Restaurants.
Jim Cramer explains how the mainstream media is causing buyers to crowd into smaller cap domestic stocks.
"Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan discusses his outlook on Dropbox shares.