Barr's release of Mueller's findings comes after the end of a probe that has dogged the Trump administration.
Though Attorney General William Barr says President Donald Trump is cleared legally in the Russia investigation, the fight over the probe is far from over.
The findings from former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation are in and investors think they can boost stock prices.
Mueller specifically did not exonerate President Donald Trump, according to Trump's Attorney General William Barr.
The Attorney General said Robert Mueller did not find evidence that the Trump campaign "conspired or coordinated" with Russia, but as to whether Trump obstructed justice, it neither exonerated the president, nor concluded that he committed a crime.
Canada's national pension fund invests for the long-term, its CEO told CNBC on Sunday, and he named trends that are helping to guide its decision-making.
The president's remarks came shortly after Attorney General William Barr revealed that he had determined the Mueller's report showed there was insufficient evidence that Trump had committed crimes.
Wall Street is scrambling to figure out what the conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's long-awaited investigation mean for the stock market.
"Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein further determined there was no obstruction. The findings of the Department of Justice are a total and complete exoneration of the President of the United States," Sarah Sanders says.
Right off the bat, the IRS would get more than $100 million in taxes.
Apple is expected to launch a new streaming TV service and news subscription app at a press event on March 25.
Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Sunday released a summary of key findings from special counsel Robert Mueller.
CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the long-awaited Apple iPad Mini, a powerful but compact tablet that fans of the more compact form factor will love.
"Us" had been tracking towards a $50 million opening weekend, but strong Thursday and Friday ticket sales had analysts revising their estimates through Saturday night.
CNBC reporter Kate Fazzini got fed up with her car, a reliable beater that had seen better days, and decided to buy a car on the internet.
The maker of the premature ejaculation drug Promescent is suing consumer giant Reckitt Benckiser for $150 million, alleging fraud and theft of trade secrets.
Trump's rhetoric about slashing regulation could boost one Democratic argument: the president has crafted his policy to help big business.
The airline, which had been flying 24 of the Boeing planes, said the cancellations were being made in an effort to provide more certainty and avoid last minute flight disruptions.
The U.S. has been a bright spot among advanced economies, partly thanks to the president's $1.5 trillion tax reform. But the boost can't last forever.
DataTrek's Nick Colas sees historical trends and valuations as bullish support for the next round of IPOs.