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Eric Trump says the shutdown is 'a good thing for us,’ politically

The president's younger son made the comment on Fox News while at the same time filling in for his father at a gala fundraiser in Palm Beach

SoFi in discussions with top Twitter executive Anthony Noto over CEO job: Source

Anthony Noto, Twitter's COO, is in negotiations to take the top job at Social Finance, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC on Saturday.

The government shutdown enters a second day: Here's where negotiations stand

Among Republicans, momentum built for another temporary plan that would extend funding to Feb. 8.

A big investor argues that bitcoin is 'first sign of greed since the Great Recession'

Steve Chiavarone detects a mountain of greed in the market, but it's not in stocks.

Crude oil prices are perched comfortably above $60, but a top oil watcher warns it won't last

Crude oil is at its highest level in more than three years, but one market watcher expects it to be short-lived.

Women march across the US for the 2nd year, marking Trump's first anniversary in the Oval Office

Protesters turned out across the nation for the second Women's March.

Arianna Huffington's new company wants to give phones a rest—so you can get some yourself

Arianna Huffington's latest venture is trying to promote health and wellness by encouraging people to get some rest.

Because of the shutdown, Trump might not go to Davos, after all

White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney also said Trump would not head to Florida to celebrate the first anniversary of his inauguration.

Trump and tech have clashed on immigration, but the H-1B issue might bring them together

Tech companies continue to clash with the Trump administration over immigration policies one year after the inauguration, but they

Visa CEO Al Kelly is planning for the day washing machines can make purchases

Kelly said the payments processor is thinking ahead to an eventual move beyond physical payment methods and traditional points of sale.

The NSA was light years ahead of Siri and Alexa with voice recognition technology: Report

The NSA has "reigns supreme" for years with voice identification tech, according to The Intercept.

Johnny Depp spends $30,000 a month on wine—here’s how else he blows his fortune

But when you're a famous multi-millionaire, what's the threshold for excess?

Here's how your senators voted on the government shutdown

The government shutdown sparked fresh recriminations, with each party holding the other responsible failing to compromise. Here's how they voted.

SALT in the wound: How high-tax states are working around federal tax breaks

California, New York and New Jersey are pitching ideas to protect residents' tax deductions.

Warren Buffett's $92.1 billion fortune could buy him every team in the NFL

Warren Buffett could become the ultimate sports fan — but he chooses not to.

How Nicolas Cage blew $150 million on mansions, his own private island — and a real dinosaur skull

From a haunted house to shrunken pygmy heads, Nick Cage has bought it all.

How Trump's chief of staff, John Kelly, helped to kill a possible deal to fund the government

Kelly called congressional leaders to say President Trump had not reached a deal with Sen. Chuck Schumer.

A blind Facebook engineer is helping to solve one of the biggest problems on the internet

Facebook's engineers are using artificial intelligence to see images, which may be able to give computer insight into context of pictures and video.