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Meet the leaders of the Trump era’s new conservative economic populism

This reported column is Part Two of Eamon Javers’ two-part series on the new, conservative economic populism gaining ground among…

Putin tells Xi that Russia-China relations are a ‘stabilizing’ force for the world

Russia-China ties are a “stabilizing” force for the world, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his counterpart Xi Jinping during his…

Georgia inmate serving life mailed bombs from prison to D.C. office building, Alaska court, feds charge

A man serving a life sentence for kidnapping and other crimes while in a Georgia prison built two bombs which…

‘An extraordinary thing’: U.S. break with Israel on UN cease-fire vote triggers Netanyahu rage

The United Nations Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution demanding an immediate cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militant group…

Netanyahu cancels Israeli delegation to U.S. over UN Gaza vote

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said he will not send a delegation as planned to Washington after the…

Ukraine war updates: Moscow amassing 100,000 troops for possible summer offensive, Kyiv says; Ukraine’s energy grid hit

This was CNBC’s live blog tracking developments on the war in Ukraine. Washington urged Kyiv to cease drone strikes on…

Treasury chief Yellen defends Biden budget against Republican senators’ fears of tax increases

WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday defended President Joe Biden’s 2025 fiscal budget proposal as Republican senators said they…

Treasury chief Yellen defends Biden budget against Republican senators’ fears of tax increases

WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday defended President Joe Biden’s 2025 fiscal budget proposal as Republican senators said they…

5-hour Energy billionaire named in Senate Swiss bank tax probe

WASHINGTON — Billionaire 5-hour Energy entrepreneur Manoj Bhargava maintained allegedly undeclared bank accounts worth hundreds of millions of dollars at…

House passes bill to bar data brokers from selling sensitive personal information to U.S. adversaries

WASHINGTON — Bipartisan leaders of a House committee examining interstate and foreign commerce on Wednesday praised the passage of a bill…