Prices in the nation's top 20 housing markets were 4.6 percent higher in January than in January 2014. Is housing overheating again?
Common Core has quickly become a political hot-button, especially for Republican hopefuls trying to distance themselves from Jeb Bush.
The White House and the Defense Department are proposing changes to military retirement benefits.
The Internal Revenue Service is ignoring more than 60 percent of calls from taxpayers as the April 15 filing deadline looms.
Coach and Vera Bradley's sales dipped when fewer New York City shoppers searched for the brands. Will the same happen for this label?
Here's why the "debt strike" sentiment is catching on.
Nomura's Janjuah believes that any rate hike could be postponed and that more aggressive easing could be on the way.
The tax system is unfair, it kills jobs, and gives some an unfair advantage. It's time to ax the income tax, says Peter Morici.
McDonald's and labor unions are in a fight that has entered a key phase this week, and the ultimate outcome could alter the franchising model.
It's March Madness, and you can learn from some of the financial mistakes that basketball's MVPs sometimes make.
HBO CEO Richard Plepler says HBO Now will be a big hit with millennials, and here's why.
Carl Icahn was right about Chesapeake Energy in 2012, buying the energy stock when it bottomed out. Is it time to join Icahn's trade again?
CNBC's battle of the breweries sees a New York-based brewery put up big vote totals in Round Three of the Most Loved Label contest.
Wide-ranging actor plays the reluctant beer pitchman as Heineken Light continues to try to boost the brand with a new advertising campaign.
The precipitous fall in earnings expectations for the first quarter has been "stunning," S&P Capital IQ's Mike Thompson tells CNBC.
CNBC Pro takes you through the play-by-play in the past three months, and highlights where the experts think the strength will be in the coming months.
Blown brackets? Check out the NCAA championship "return-adjusted" results.
AARP: Unemployed workers between 45 and 70 years old search for jobs longer and earn less in their new positions than other workers.
The Fed's next move could crush the precious metal, traders warn.
What opportunities or risks could a deal between world powers and Iran over its nuclear program open up?