Experts say the East Coast's plentiful water could cost cents per gallon to Californians and provide a stable, potable water supply.
This may end up being one of the greatest weekends in sports and entertainment in a long time. Here's a game plan so you don't miss any of it.
Governor Terry Branstad has declared a state of emergency in Iowa over the avian flu spread that has affected millions of birds.
America's power grid has officially been put on notice.
Lowe's is halting sales of some of its Chinese-made laminate flooring "out of an abundance of caution" as it may have issues with formaldehyde.
Free trade with Asia will give the US economy the boost it needs right now, says Larry Kudlow.
Slack, the enterprise communication platform, came in first, having reached a $2 billion valuation within two years of its founding.
Microsoft has signed a deal to buy the “technology and talent” of Israeli touch-screen technology firm N-trig.
Floyd Mayweather's expected $120M take from Saturday night's fight against Manny Pacquiao will outgross many big-name companies.
The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight will bring big money to Vegas, and more people to his pawn shop, reality star Rick Harrison says.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway on Friday said first-quarter profit rose 10 percent, helped by improved results in its BNSF railroad unit.
Jim Cramer reveals his game plan of stocks to watch next week. Could the market change its tune when it hears from the Oracle of Omaha?
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
The Avengers franchise is one of the few series that still get audiences to pay top dollar at the box office, Gitesh Pandya tells CNBC.
Customers had difficulty accessing some JPMorgan Chase and Capital One online banking services on Friday.
Investors thinking of buying MGM Resorts stock because of Saturday's boxing match should be wary, one "Fast Money" trader said.
While there is a perception credit is not available, it is more available now and at great rates, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf said.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explains why the transports could be sending a warning sign to the broader market.
Wall Street is slowly coming to a grips with an economy that offers not breakout growth but more of the mediocrity that could keep rates on hold.
After a series of fiery crashes, U.S. and Canadian regulators set tough new design standards on the rail cars used to ship flammable liquids.