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Elizabeth Warren says "I really want to see the Fed step here" in response to Wells Fargo's account scandal.
A powerful earthquake shook buildings in Mexico City on Tuesday.
China's latest crackdown on bitcoin will likely shut down the local industry around the digital currency for good, several analysts said.
The move comes after Reuters previously reported that Toshiba was considering selling the business to a group backed by Western Digital.
Trump would be the first U.S. president in the modern campaign finance era to use such funds to cover the costs of responding to a criminal probe, said election law experts.
The Fed is about to make history Wednesday, and so far, the market has yawned. But that could change with Wednesday's announcement.
The city sent a staffer to Seattle on Monday and are sending out others next week to "to ensure we really understand the Amazon culture."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told PBS he and Trump spoke on the phone about a May clash involving Turkish bodyguards.
"We are very concerned," said Rep. Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon, who urged people to take shelter.
A second powerful storm in as many weeks is tearing through a string of battered Caribbean islands.
Gaming company Razer confirmed to CNBC it is in the process of developing a mobile device focusing on gaming and entertainment.
Bed Bath and Beyond stock plunged 12 percent after the company reported same-store sales that fell well below Wall Street's expectations.
Despite a lot of flashy phones to compete with Apple, Munster said sheer numbers will help Apple stay in the game.
Asian shares edged down on Wednesday as investors awaited monetary policy clues from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
A technical glitch caused Amazon.com to email some customers erroneously that they had received a gift, the company said on Tuesday.
The money is going to charity.
Why would anyone rent a mountain? Oh, right—to climb it 17 times with 150 friends! Turney Duff explains.
One trader says banks are about to break out, and there's one name in particular that will see a bounce.