Jim Cramer sees we are in volatile market territory this year, and he gives the stocks he will be watching next week.
Two business owners in Ferguson, Missouri share their road to recovery, with crowdfunding and loans, following the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Earnings will be back in play in the days ahead, with financials front and center midweek.
Prosecutors have recommended bringing felony charges against former Gen. David Petraeus for providing classified info to a mistress, officials say.
Twenty-six children have died from the flu this season, and the rate of hospitalization among the elderly is rising, the CDC says.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told a group of donors in Manhattan Friday that he's considering another run for president, NBC News confirms.
Continued strength in another non-farm payroll number today of 252,000 jobs has a problem which took markets a bit of time to digest.
As CES wraps up Friday, the ending date of Jan. 9 has particular significance to techies. It's the eighth anniversary of Apple's iPhone launch.
Jim Cramer explains why the Web is the culprit behind the low wage number for the U.S.
Trends in gold and oil prices leave some investors scratching their heads on how to play the commodities.
Wage numbers reflect a growing labor skills gap, which is a "real, real issue" in the U.S. economy, an executive said on Friday.
CNBC contributor Carol Roth says it doesn't address the problems faced by youth in America.
More than 8 million people would stop buying health insurance if the Supreme Court rules that HealthCare.gov subsidies are illegal, two studies warn.
The oil industry is about to face a rude awakening when it comes to jobs, The Schork Report's editor warned Friday.
Draining the swamp that gives rise to extremism and terrorism is a generational endeavor. The West's policies warrant review, says David Phillips.
Steve Grasso isn't buying the comeback this week and here's what he's watching to confirm the rally.
The drop in wages is at odds with other wage indicators, JPMorgan's chief U.S. economist, Michael Feroli, told CNBC.
Michigan State Police have confirmed that at least one person was killed in a multiple vehicle pileup on I-94 near Galesburg, Michigan.
A massive car pileup with 150 vehicles on I-94 in Michigan has tied up traffic, killed one person and injured at least 10 more.