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What consumers need to know about Libra, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency

What does it mean for the average consumer that the first truly global currency could be

Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb says some claims about health benefits of CBD are ‘pretty hokey’

Scott Gottlieb, former Commissioner of the FDA Adam Jeffery | CNBC Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb

As Downtowns Prosper, Voters Ask Mayors: What About My Neighborhood?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The resurgence of downtown Kansas City, Mo., radiates from the luxury apartment

Washington father executed daughter over ‘petty argument’ about baby gate, prosecutors say

An argument over installing a baby gate turned into a deadly confrontation between a father and

This chart shows why everyone on Wall Street is so worried about the yield curve

Wall Street’s top rated economist Ed Hyman just called the yield-curve inversion “the number one” market

Bluebird CEO defends $1.8 million gene therapy price — ‘It’s really thinking about it differently’

Bluebird Bio CEO Nick Leschly on Friday defended the biotech company’s $ 1.8 million price tag

Ex-FTC chief: Elizabeth Warren right to worry about Big Tech power but wrong to seek break up

Lawmakers need to strike a balance between calls for breaking up Big Tech and focusing more

CBS-Viacom merger talks are about to get serious, but CBS board has concerns about leadership

Shari Redstone, chairman and chief executive officer of Cinebridge Ventures Inc. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg |

How social media is shaping what people know — and don’t know — about the Hong Kong protests

A man records live with his smartphone during a protest in Hong Kong protest. Miguel Candela

History shows this week’s Hong Kong protests are about much more than just one law

Police officers stand guard as protesters block a street near the government headquarters during a rally