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The joke came after reports that former FBI Director James Comey wrote that Trump asked him to kill an investigation.
McCarthy and Paul Ryan have defended now-President Trump recently as his White House faces a string of controversies.
The cuts come on top of the 5,500 job cuts, or 7 percent of its workforce, announced in August 2016, the enterprise technology company said.
CNBC got a rare look inside Interpol's Singapore complex where 190 member countries are working together against cybercrime.
Jim Cramer looks into the stock of Stanley Black & Decker to vet its recent pullback.
Japan reported provisional first quarter GDP on Thursday that came in higher than expected at a quarterly and annual pace.
"Amazon will want to own the mind and the wallet."
It's time for President Donald Trump to reflect on his management style if he wants to right his presidency, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich said.
Democrats are blowing their efforts to oust President Trump. Here's what they should be doing, says Jake Novak.
The owner of Ann Taylor, Loft, Lane Bryant and other brands said it had adjusted its second-half outlook to reflect worse-than-expected business conditions.
Google Assistant is now available for the iPhone, here's a first-look at how it works.
JPMorgan reiterates its overweight rating on Amazon predicting the company's e-commerce market share will rise to 50 percent by 2019.
We tested internet security at four Trump properties. It’s not good.
With political drama finally weighing on the market, investors need to brace for more volatility ahead, David Schiegoleit told CNBC.
Lesar will stay on as executive chairman of the world's second-largest oilfield service provider until December 2018.
Some strategists say that weighting makes the market precariously top-heavy, while others say investors have little to worry about.
Clarke has made himself a darling of the political right and is one of the most polarizing figures in Wisconsin politics.
Hedge funds' most popular stock is a familiar name that is falling short, while the least popular companies have been crushing the market.
Google has a vast array of software properties, including Android, Cloud, Google Assistant, YouTube, and its advertising and search offerings.
Stocks sold off sharply in reaction to Washington's latest political controversy, but stocks are not yet heading for a serious correction.