CNBC's Rick Santelli lists the factors he thinks are driving interest rates higher. (2:50)
At the market open, Jim Cramer discusses stocks he considers "death traps."
If investors are looking for diversification, they should consider putting some money in very large multinational companies, says Larry Fink, Chairman & CEO at BlackRock.
There's a big money mystery in Canada. Some Canadians believe the Bank of Canada has added a maple syrup scent to its new plastic money.
Commodities trader Dennis Gartman reveals how to play crude oil amid a rift in OPEC members.
A freight train outside of Baltimore, Maryland, has derailed, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis, who shows amateur video of an explosion. (1:58)
Just one month after Invesco's Atlantic Trust unit inked a deal to sell itself to Canada's CIBC, one of its money managers was found dead and millions of dollars are apparently missing, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. (1:33)
CNBC's Herb Greenberg identifies three stock market favorites that could now reverse course if there are any disappointments.
An Iraqi farmer, who's been stung by scorpions on numerous occasions, began eating them alive about 15 years ago. Now he says he's addicted to them. (0:35)
They've been underground for 17 years, and now cicadas have started to surface by the thousands. One local reporter found the noisy insects have no qualms about crawling on you.
Art Cashin of UBS talk with Carl Quintanilla and Kelly Evans about the potentially bearish factors that he’s watching closely. (1:40)
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Josh Lipton about today's big stock market rally. (1:59)
The CDC says there's an increasing number of infections caused by bacteria in public pools. So health officials recommend testing those pools yourself. Laura Roberts reports on a way to do it for free. (1:18)
CNBC'S Rick Santelli wants to know if rising rates are a sign of an improving economy or a bubble that will burst. (3:33)
Roger Altman of Evercore Partners tells "Squawk Box" that big gains for stocks are still coming over the next three to five years.
Bill Smead, CEO & CIO of Smead Capital Management, tells CNBC that he doesn't like tech as massively overcapitalised companies do poorly.
Travelling 7,610 miles in an 80-year old car? Welcome to the 5th Peking to Paris motor challenge.
T.V. Seshadri, Asia division president at MasterCard Worldwide, comments on a MasterCard survey which reveals that Bangkok is to become the most visited city in the world this year, narrowly beating London.
Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist, Diaspason Commodities, tells CNBC that Abenomics in Japan is riddled with inconsistencies and unlikely to succeed.
The glitterati of the social media world were recently in Singapore for the Social Star Awards.