Police in Los Angeles arrested a man who took hostages and barricaded himself inside a Trader Joe's store on Saturday, ending a three-hour standoff during which he fatally shot a woman inside, authorities said.
Japan should be careful about recent remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump on currencies and might need to convince Washington its monetary easing is not aimed at weakening the yen but beating deflation, a finance ministry official said on Saturday.
A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber for violating its guidelines, the company said on Saturday.
Dan Coats downplayed an 'awkward' exchange earlier this week that suggested he was uncomfortable with a planned summit in Washington between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
River Twice Capital’s Zachary Karabell suggests Wall Street is foolishly undervaluing strong earnings and economic fundamentals.
MatchaBar is a Brooklyn based matcha cafe launched by brothers Graham and Max Fortgang in 2014. The cafe bottles the drink in ready-to-drink bottles while still using a ceremonial grade tea sourced from a family farm in Nishio, Japan. This week MatchaBar closed an $8 million series A round of funding led by NFL MVP Von Miller and DJ Diplo as well as launched an energy drink, "Hustle".
A closer look at Elon Musk's recent comments raise a reason for concern: The prospect that new orders may not be keeping up with Tesla's long-awaited production ramp-up.
The lairs of superheroes like 'The Avengers' or 'Batman' can be found outside of movie theaters and comic books.
Trump's own legal team decided to release a tape of Trump and Michael Cohen discussing a possible payment to a Playboy model, which had been deemed "privileged" in a federal court, a source with knowledge told CNBC.
"This gap is what makes digital health a funnel or a stopgap rather than a revolution," experts say.
An arcane pilots' union rule is capping the number of seats United will be able to put on its new regional jets.
Sergio Marchionne, the maverick auto executive who created and oversaw nearly a decade of growth at Fiat Chrysler, has been replaced as CEO of the automaker amid ongoing health struggles.
Genesis vehicles have been widely praised, but dealer troubles and a lack of awareness are big challenges.
TripAdvisor ranked the top 10 global food experiences, and two in America made the list.
Thousands of students from The Art Institutes are asking the government to cancel their loans, saying the school defrauded them.
President Donald Trump is asserting that his former personal lawyer's taping of their private phone conversations is "totally unheard of & perhaps illegal."
We all spend way too much time on our phones. Studies have shown that too much screen time is bad for your focus and mental health. CNBC reporter Jillian D'Onfro shows off some of the not so obvious tips she’s used to break her smartphone habit.
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Single use plastic straws are a small thing that’s stirred up a big controversy, mainly because of its impact on the environment. It’s prompted a growing number of major companies to abandon something that’s almost iconic in American dining culture.
In the 1950s, a moral panic swept across America and turned comic books into a social menace. Laws were passed. Careers were ruined. And comics fell under a strict censorship regime for decades to come.
China is waging a "quiet kind of cold war" against the United States, using all its resources to try to replace America as the leading power in the world, a top CIA expert on Asia said Friday.
Big companies in the United States from Amazon, Toyota Motor and Alcoa are working to counter the effect of the Trump administration's trade policies and to head off new tariffs.
The United States is monitoring the recent weakness in China's yuan currency and will review whether the currency has been manipulated, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Reuters on Friday.
Coinbase has formed a political action committee (PAC) to raise money to spend on U.S. elections, the cryptocurrency exchange said in a filing made public on Friday.
California lawmakers are looking at legislation that would provide liability relief for utilities in the state that face billions of dollars in risk from wildfires.
Trump said "I don’t see any reason why it would be" Russia who hacked Democrats in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The risk of heavy weather was apparent hours before the boat left shore.
Earnings are expected from a third of S&P 500 companies in the week ahead, and there will also be an important report card on the economy, with second-quarter GDP expected to be the strongest in four years.
More than 100 former students have provided firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by the now-dead Ohio State University team physician at the center of an ongoing investigation.
Davis told NBC that her lawyer told the special counsel she accepted the subpoena, while noting that "I don't have anything" to offer regarding "information on Russian collusion."
Lower drug prices is a political move that makes Trump and drug companies "look good" before the upcoming midterm elections, says Wall Street analyst.
CNBC ranks Trump's quotes on the Fed and a slew of comments related to his controversial statement in Helsinki on Russian meddling.
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC is in advanced talks to acquire LifePoint Health Inc, in its latest bid to consolidate the rural U.S. hospital sector, two people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
GlaxoSmithKline shares are up more than 3 percent after a Financial Times report that the company's chairman is considering splitting up the company.
"We spend more time with the people we know from TV than our real neighbors," says Greenfield.
Actor Mark Wahlberg has dabbled in everything from burgers to bottled water. Now he's buying a Chevy dealership in Ohio, Columbus Business First reports.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for gold bugs, it has. Gold has sunk into a correction, and some forecast further downside to come.
The most recent fatal duck boat incident near Branson, Mo. isn't the first of its kind. These amphibious vehicles, which can travel on land and water, have a high rate of fatal crashes and accidents, USA Today reports.
Swiss Rolls snack cakes sold in chains like Walmart, H-E-B and Food Lion are being recalled over possible salmonella contamination, USA Today reports.
Give Mom and Dad a break: College students are saving more to help cover expenses.
“The decision to take a human life should never be delegated to a machine," reads the pledge.
As commercial cloud services become a bigger part of Microsoft's business, analysts feel confident about the company's prospects.
State Street dropped 7 percent on Friday, on track for its worst day in two years, after announcing it will suspend a share buyback to acquire Charles River Development.
Waymo, the Google subsidiary testing self-driving technology on public roads, is picking up speed. The company’s autonomous vehicles just drove 8 million miles on public roads.
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General Electric will focus on meeting second half turnaround goals for its struggling power and GE Capital business units, the company said.
The weapons displayed in the videos are a significant addition to the Kremlin's arsenal, which already has more nuclear weapons than other countries, according to estimates.
From a burger with doughnuts as its bun to one served with "awesome" sauce, these are the 10 best burgers in America.
On the surface, the tit-for-tat trade war between the U.S. and China appears to be turning into a currency war.
Avenatti told CNBC on Friday: ”I know this is the tip of the iceberg."
Amazon's iPhone shopping app has a new feature that can help you find parts like screws, washers, bolts and nuts, for things around the house.
Fortnite is the highest grossing free-to-play video game. In May, the game generated $318 million in revenue. USA Today explains how the company makes money.
Some companies say up to half of recent candidates have blown off interviews.
McNamee said that the social media giant needs to start using human-based solutions, instead of depending on AI-based methods to tackle fake news.
The director, producer and actor started investing in the stock market when he was living on a strict budget.
Emotional distress is high among the children being separated from their families at the border, so many kids are being pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian to calm them down, ProPublica reports.
You can get by on $22,000 in Kentucky but not Maryland, according to the MIT living wage calculator.
President Donald Trump has multiple reasons as to why he should take control of the Federal Reserve. He will do so both because he can and because his broader policies argue that he should do so.
The Securities and Exchange Commission fined two Deutsche Bank subsidiaries in the U.S. for mishandling American Depositary Receipts.
The former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen in recent weeks has distanced himself from the president, with tweets supporting U.S. intelligence agencies and the media, as well as criticizing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Generally you get six months to enroll in a Medigap policy with no questions asked. After that, look out.
United Airlines posted first-quarter profits that topped Wall Street estimates.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh warned the government in 2011 court decision that if it wants to charge foreigners with violating laws about political contributions, then it must prove that those foreign nationals were aware of the laws being broken.
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President Donald Trump's criticism of monetary policy won't have much impact on how the Federal Reserve goes about its business, judging by initial market reaction.
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J.P. Morgan reaffirms its underweight rating for Tesla shares, saying other automakers may price their electric cars aggressively.
Images of Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano have captivated people around the world. But ironically it’s nearly impossible for residents and visitors on the ground to see the lava — a fact that’s squeezing the tourism-dependent local economy.
Tesla will have its first public showing of its $35,000 "more affordable" family sedan in at the company's University City showroom Friday, the St. Louis Business Journal reports.
A growing number are "ghosting" their jobs: blowing off scheduled job interviews, accepting offers but not showing up the first day and even vanishing from existing positions – all without giving notice, USA Today reports.
Jim Harrison has lost fingers, gone into a coma and had his heart stop four times – all while doing his job.
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The revelations came the same day Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discusses how the FBI is ramping up outreach to state elections boards and the private sector in an effort to combat cyber crime.
You've heard of "robo-advisors." But UBS cloning an economist takes it to a whole other level, The Financial Times reports.
The cities will be Oklahoma City, Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina.
JP Morgan's new series of low-cost, plain vanilla ETFs has seen a surge in assets, sending a message to ETF giants like Vanguard and iShares that a Wall Street bank can make a dent in the deepening war for the fee-conscious investor.
Krispy Kreme Doughnut is acquiring a majority stake in Insomnia Cookies in a move that helps the coffee and doughnut chain move beyond the glazed treats for which it is known.
Credit Suisse lowered its rating on the stock to neutral from outperform.
The Justice Department is getting the expedited schedule it wants for an appeal of AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner.
An EPI report analyzes how the 1 percent fared between 1917 and 2015.
"We're the ninth most dependent on imported steel," the North Dakota senator says "The prices have gone up."
At least 13 people, including children, died after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a lake in southwest Missouri.
The bond market event that investors need to be following isn't Trump's sudden attack on the Federal Reserve or the rising interest rates that current Fed policy is dictating, but the risk of an inverted yield curve. It is a recession precursor.
The report relied on surveys of troops and data from 2014 that have underpinned several previous reports from RAND. It was supposed to have been released months ago, reports USA Today.
As Albertsons Cos. and Rite Aid head to an August vote over their planned merger, the message to investors is simple: size still matters. The deal, announced in February, would create a new retail giant valued at roughly $24 billion that would combine Albertsons' grocery operations with Rite Aid's pharmacy business. But with Rite Aid, investors expected to hold a roughly 29 percent stake in the new company, some have pushed back against the combination, pointing to Albertsons' burdensome debt-load and rece
The amount shelled out was 39 percent higher in the 12 months ended March 31 than the $74.6 billion recorded five years earlier.
China has powerful non-tariff measures it can use to crush America from cashing out its $1 trillion hoard of U.S. Treasury bonds to devaluing the yuan. These are measures that could destabilize the U.S. economy.
Let’s call it Disney’s magical rally. Disney shares rose for nine straight sessions through Thursday, and some see further upside from here.
Deutsche Bank is more optimistic on Amazon's prospects due to its expansion into new markets and countries.
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