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Barely an hour after a news organization published an article about an NSA document on Russian hacking, the Justice Department announced charges against a 25-year-old government contractor, NBC News reports.
Jefferies recommends Nintendo shares, saying its newest console and upcoming smartphone games will drive significant earnings growth.
Southwest's big twice-a-year fare sale is back, with round-trip fares below $100 on dozens of the carrier's shortest routes.
Turnaround king Marcus Lemonis highlights how spending more to produce a product can be worth it in the long run.
Apple's new augmented reality (AR) tools will enable all sorts of apps, not just games.
According to new LendingHome data, couples that wait this long before buying fight half as much.
You can take great trips abroad without going broke.
Augmented reality "is going to be the operating system of the future," Gene Munster tells CNBC.
A number of Arab states have severed ties with Qatar accusing it of supporting terrorism but this puts the United States in a tough spot.
Grab facilitates as many as 2.5 million rides each day, making it the largest ride-hailing platform in Southeast Asia with over 930,000 drivers in 55 cities and seven countries.
Qatar's foreign minister said on Tuesday Doha was ready for mediation efforts after the Arab world's biggest powers severed ties with it.
Republicans will vote on legislation to gut Dodd-Frank and replace it with their own version. Here's a look at the background of the legislation and the GOP plan.
President Donald Trump will huddle with congressional leaders on Tuesday, seeking to rev up a stalled legislative agenda as the summer break draws closer.
A fierce spat between Qatar and leading Arab nations could see Doha shift closer to Turkey and Iran in a move that could alter Middle Eastern politics.
Donald Trump told Rex Tillerson that the dispute over probes into links between his inner circle and Russia should not undermine U.S. efforts to rebuild relations with Moscow.
Most Americans believe the U.S. should take "aggressive action" to fight climate change, but few see it as a priority when compared with the economy or security.
Here are the three things Washington Crossing Advisors portfolio manager Chad Morganlander will be watching for on Tuesday.
Asset management is vulnerable to disruption by artificial intelligence but advisors should embrace the trend, not fear robotic replacement.
AMD tells CNBC the "newly resurgent cryptocurrency mining markets" are driving demand for its graphics cards.
The Trump International Hotel recently took in about $270,000 in payments tied to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the country fights to roll back a U.S. terrorism law, according to newly filed lobbying reports.