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Attorney General William Barr on Friday notified lawmakers that he intends to provide information about the conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's report "as soon as this weekend."
The handoff marks the long-anticipated end of the high-profile and highly guarded Russia probe, nearly two years after it began.
Despite both Trump's and Moore's skepticism of the Fed, Powell's job as Federal Reserve chair appears safe for now.
Zoom competes with Microsoft and Google in video conferencing. And it's profitable, unlike most tech companies at the time of their IPO.
The move comes a day after the Trump administration warned there would be consequences for the arrest of opposition leader Juan Guaido's top aide.
One U.S. intelligence report assesses that the Burevestnik missile will not be combat-ready for another decade, despite Putin's claim that the "invincible" weapon has a proven capability.
Separating fact from conjecture can be difficult amid the noise surrounding the investigation. Here's what we know since the probe began.
Tim Cook has been touring China ahead of this weekend's China Development Forum, where he called for privacy regulation last year.
March Madness is about upsets, underdogs and uplifting narratives. The Big Dance is also about big money.
Rather than take assurance that the Fed would come to the rescue again, market participants instead are beginning to wonder if that's still possible.
Tesla Model 3 deliveries might be lower than previously expected in the first quarter, and slackening U.S. demand could be to blame, said Cowen analyst Jeff Osborne.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide emergency Friday as result of "a vast tree die-off throughout the state" and deteriorating forest conditions that have increased the risk of wildfires.
Trump's sudden reversal marks a departure from his administration, which argued Thursday that the measures were necessary to enforce sanctions on North Korea.
The average rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage is falling again today, as investors rush into the bond market. Mortgage rates loosely follow the yield on the 10-year Treasury. Lower rates area already igniting home buying.
If you were short on your 2018 tax withholding, the IRS may be giving you a pass.
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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The "Options Action" team discusses what's behind CBS' big drop.
Tech investor Roger McNamee and Jessica Toonkel of The Information discuss Apple's upcoming event on CNBC's "Closing Bell."