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Women's History Month: Nancy Lieberman -- Still Law Firm's Youngest Partner Ever

For Women's History Month, Alpha Rising sat down with Nancy Lieberman, Of Counsel at Skadden, Arps. She was and still is the youngest person to ever make partner at her firm. She has worked on some of the biggest M&A deals in history -- and we should mention -- she's in a wheelchair and barely as use of her hands. Feel like a slacker yet? Good. Watch.

Jim Cramer: If There's VIX Manipulation, the Offenders Should Be Prosecuted

A whistle-blower sounded the alarm Tuesday on alleged manipulation of the CBOE's VIX.

Dow, S&P 500 Close at Record Highs

U.S. equities were higher with the Dow and the S&P 500 closing at new record highs.

China Increases Exports to North Korea

Exports from China to North Korea rose 20.9% in the first three quarters of 2017

The Department of Justice is Looking into the Deepening Kobe Steel Scandal

Kobe Steel Ltd. (KBSTY) shares slid after the company confirmed it had falsified data for its steel powder products. The U.S. Department of Justice has now requested documents related to Kobe Steel's ongoing data falsification scandal

Spain Tells Catalonia to Drop Its Independence Bid or Face the Consequences

Catalonia has until Monday to provide clarification on its bid for independence

Don't Expect to See Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testify Before Congress

Facebook is set to testify before Congress on Nov. 1 about Russia's attempt to influence the 2016 election

This Is What We Know About the Shooting in Las Vegas

Officials have confirmed 58 fatalities and 515 injuries.

Catalonia, Las Vegas and China - This is What You Need to Know on Monday

Spanish stocks slump following Catalan referendum violence

Jordan Belfort Reveals Why Financial Fraud Is Still at Large

Financial fraud, such as pump and dump schemes, still occur today, according to Jordan Belfort, who served time in prison for financial crimes. Belfort is out with a new book 'Way of the Wolf.'