Jim Cramer thinks it could be time to have a little fun with your portfolio, including the addition of this stock which could double in value soon.
An Energy Department analysis finds that drivers in the South spend more on gasoline than areas of the country with larger mass transit systems.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play Netflix and other big-name technology stocks that made headlines Monday.
Hillary Clinton is fighting for everyday Americans, a PAC advisor said, telling a Wall Street strategist, "It's probably not you."
Citigroup says inflows into crude-linked ETFs have created "significant froth" and could exacerbate a downside correction in the second quarter.
California has enough water—that's not the problem, says Terry Tamminen. So here's how you solve the drought crisis.
Wall Street's first evaluations of the Apple Watch following Friday's debut are in and they're...
In honor of Scrabble Day, CNBC has compiled the most important numbers on the world-popular board game. Did you known approximately 150 million sets have been sold worldwide?
Demand is rising for college-educated workers. That's great for new grads, less so for income equality.
"This is one of the best risk return investments I've seen," according to activist investor Clifton Robbins.
Coal-firing electricity plants are closing all over the US, and jobs are going with them. Can other energy sources make up for the losses?
Greece is preparing itself for a debt default if talks with its creditors fall through, the Financial Times reports.
These are some of the most unique add-ons available for your Apple products.
Government bans on certain websites happen all the time across the globe, but there is a simple workaround for most.
Taxpayers are providing support to the poor as well as huge subsidy for employers of low-wage workers, the NYT reports.
The rate of people without health coverage has reached a record low, dropping to 11.9 percent since the launch of Obamacare.
Blackstone Group's planned $2 billion purchase of GE's Excel Trust shows the firm's reliance on real estate investments.
Marco Rubio says he is running for president, feels "uniquely qualified" to talk about future.
Marco Rubio now has an opportunity to present himself as everything Hillary Clinton is not. Here's how, Politico's Ben White explains.
Jana Partners is asking Qualcomm to consider spinning off its chip unit from its patent-licensing business, Barry Rosenstein tells CNBC.