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Breaking from norm, the Labor Department has stopped publicizing fines against companies, New York Times reports.
Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy calls for Medicaid for all, Vox reports.
Cotton said Republican lawmakers need to focus on getting the current legislation "right."
Widely seen as opposed to a Trump presidency, the tech industry may find there are ways they could benefit from this new administration.
Here's when Marcus Lemonis, Tilman Fertitta and Danisha Danielle Wrighster felt like they had made it.
Scott Pruitt said last week that he doesn't believe carbon dioxide is a "primary contributor" to global warming.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is signaling that he will crack down on federal drug laws.
The number of people who have defaulted on their federal student debt has increased 17 percent since 2015. Here's how to avoid this problem.
While snowfall in many regions came in lower than expected, local authorities were still urging residents to stay off the road to clear the snow.
The Virgin Group founder can be productive from a hammock or even in the tub.
The country's tepid economic growth is being dealt a fresh setback in the form of a massive nor'easter.
Charles Schwab said late Tuesday morning it is experiencing technical difficulties.
More than two years after oil prices crashed, the sector is enjoying a revival thanks to a gradual rise in prices and an easing of credit.
A new Gmail feature challenges Venmo's dominance in mobile.
Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty, one of the top technology analysts on Wall Street, joins CNBC PRO for an exclusive strategy session.
App builders have taken a central role in building modern culture, said Ben Silverman, producer of Apple's new reality TV show 'Planet of the Apps.'
The deficit estimates from the CBO on the GOP's health-care bill should get more conservatives on board, Grover Norquist told CNBC.
Netflix stock rises an average of 1.72 percent the day after a big New York snowstorm, research shows.
The Office of Management and Budget projected that 26 million more people would be uninsured in 2016 if a GOP bill becomes law.
President Trump talked a big game with his cabinet hiring strategy but it's backfiring on him, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.