New Hampshire is the worst state to insure a teenage driver.
Russia has warned that any stationing of military equipment along the border with eastern Europe could have "dangerous consequences."
Advisor Stacy Francis of Francis Financial details the pros and cons of target-date funds, popular with investors planning for retirement.
J.B. Pritzker, Pritzker Group, is excited about the Blackhawks win on "Squawk Box."
The Obama administration is cracking down on artificial trans fats, calling them a threat to public health.
FitBit has raised its price range for shares in its initial public offering (IPO) to $17 to $19 per share, the company said Tuesday.
Starts fell in May after a hefty increase the prior month, but a surge in permits to a near eight-year high suggested the pullback was temporary.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene highlights a clever strategy for investors to profit if rates go higher, lower or nowhere at all.
Just 27% of people know about King v. Burwell, a Supreme Court case that threatens to cripple Obamacare in 34 HealthCare.gov states.
Fresh data on housing is expected Tuesday, as the Fed starts a two-day meeting where its first interest rate hike in nine years could be on the table.
England's prestigious University of Cambridge is hiring a new professor to lead a new research center — courtesy of your child's favorite toy company.
As energy stocks continue to gain favor among investors this year, here are the names that could be set to rally.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer issues a warning to Twitter—bye bye birdie?
Most homeowners use cash to fund home remodeling, according to new data from Houzz.
The judge's decision in the A.I.G case could have far-reaching consequences should another financial crisis occur.
Herb Greenberg, Partner, Pacific Square Research, looks at how to play the market now. With Graham Tanaka, Tanaka Capital Management, and Charles Bobrinskoy, Ariel Investments.
U.S. billionaire Wilbur Ross told CNBC that he was confident his investment in Greece's third-largest bank would work out.
Gap plans to close 26 percent of its North American stores over the next several years in an effort to turn itself around.
The low-cost unit will allow Goldman to charge lower interest rates and still make a profit. But the venture holds risks.
Facebook has launched a standalone photo app called moments that uses artificial intelligence to recognize the faces of people in a picture.