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A van in Barcelona has crashed into dozens in the city center. Several injuries have been reported so far.
Sen. Bob Corker said Trump has not demonstrated that he understands the "character" of the United States.
Mandi Bishop was invited to the Apple, Aetna event. She shares her recollections with CNBC.
Markets are worried that President Trump's key advisers and Cabinet members will distance themselves from him, just as corporate CEOs have done
Some portfolio managers see further downside ahead for the industrial giant, and are advising investors to stay away.
Blackstone's Schwarzman thought he had an agreement with the White House to announce the disbanding as a joint decision.
President Donald Trump's public attacks on Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake could further reduce his clout.
The White House strongly denied rumors that National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn might leave the Trump administration.
Learn how to navigate the college financing process with tips on how to search and apply for financial aid and student loans.
Too much focus on income inequality could actually hurt Democrats' chances in the next election, N.Y. Times reports.
Robert Chapman tells CNBC's Scott Wapner he shorted ADP shares with an average cost of $119.50.
Two lawyers appointed at the SEC have ties to major companies like Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo, that could complicate regulation.
The White House still needs CEO support to drive its business agenda, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
Bitcoin climbed above $4,500 to a record high Thursday, giving it a market valuation larger than that of Netflix.
A student answers a few questions on how he crafted the "perfect resume."
Alibaba Group, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is becoming a real competitor against Amazon and Facebook, N.Y. Times reports.
Here's why President Trump needs economic advisor Gary Cohen more than ever, says Jake Novak.
It's the professional equivalent of being told, "It's not you, it's me."
Far-right extremists are learning through genetic ancestry sites that they're not as "white" as they hoped, STAT News reports.