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Gas prices have spiked since Hurricane Harvey -- but the U.S. government has several levers it can pull to ease the pain at the pump.
Kenya's Supreme Court has nullified last month's presidential election and ordered another vote. Investors are worried.
CNN's Richard Quest discusses the resiliency of Thailand's tourism industry amid political change and terror threats.
The U.S. Labor Department will release its newest report on the strength of the labor market at 8:30 ET on Friday.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has harshly criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Brexit, saying she "needs to get a grip."
Harriet Tubman's fate on the $20 bill may not be as certain as we once thought. Here are some notable women from history, and their placements on world currency.
The Trump administration plans to spend only $10 million on advertising Obamacare's open enrollment season this year, compared to $100 million last year under former President Obama.
Steven Mnuchin said on CNBC that he's focused more on counterfeiting efforts.
Slashing the mortgage interest deduction would be unpopular, but lawmakers may need the money to pay for all the tax cuts they want.
What had been cordial if unproductive negotiations descended this week into a brawl over how much Britain should pay to leave the European Union.
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The Trump administration has tapped an emergency stockpile of crude oil in response to the major refinery outages in the U.S. Gulf Coast caused by Hurricane Harvey.
The Trump administration has been asserting that a big corporate tax cut will be good for the middle class. Here's a quick primer on the issue.
The euro has strengthened dramatically because of unexpectedly robust economic growth in Europe, reduced political risk and weakness in rival currencies.
Hurricane Harvey is that is certain to be one of the most expensive natural disasters in the nation's history -- perhaps even the most expensive.
The U.S. economy picked up steam during the second quarter, notching the fastest pace in two years.
South Korean businesses have been suffering since early this year after the country angered Beijing with the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system.
The Danish government is planning sweeping cuts to taxes on cars and pensions that are designed to encourage people to work more.
Harvey has dealt a powerful blow to the U.S. oil industry, but fears of a supply crunch have been been overshadowed by lower demand.
North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile over Japan increases the likelihood of more sanctions on the regime's foreign trade, experts say.