Russia's Ministry of Defense released videos on Thursday showing new strategic weapons, most of which the U.S. cannot currently defend against. 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. The new videos come on the heels of President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
"We spend more time with the people we know from TV than our real neighbors, so keeping up with the Joneses is now keeping up with the Kardashians," says Lauren Greenfield.
Matti Duppler of the Independent Women's Forum and the National Taxpayers Union and David Dollar of the Brookings Institution join the 'Closing Bell' team to discuss the impact of Trump declaring that he's ready to declare more tariffs on China.
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.
Prospective and current college students are stashing away more money this year to help foot school costs.
James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute economic policy analyst, and CNBC's Steve Liesman discuss Trump's fears that the Fed will hike interest rates twice more this year.
President Donald Trump is worried the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates two more times this year, a White House official told CNBC.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that President Trump worries about more rate hikes this year.
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. What’s more, it took the company just one month to go from 7 million miles to 8 million miles driven. “We’re driving now at the rate of 25,000 miles every day on public roads,” CEO John Krafcik said Friday while addressing the National Governor’s Association.