"We're going to work with Congress wherever we can," Jarrett said at the Skybridge Capital SALT 2014 hedge fund conference in Las Vegas.
David Rubenstein is the latest big-name investor to express some level of concern about market valuations.
Russia's Putin has said Moscow will not supply gas to Europe as of June 1 if Ukraine does not pay its bills, Slovakia's Prime Minister said on Thursday.
Climate change and global warning will have a significant factor on sovereign credit ratings, S&P warned on Thursday.
President Barack Obama praised the new Sept. 11 museum on Thursday as "a sacred place of healing and of hope."
Nextdoor CEO Nirav Tolia is facing felony hit-and-run charges after authorities say he left the scene of a freeway crash.
Chipotle shareholders voted overwhelmingly to reject the way the fast-food company compensates senior executives. USAToday reports.
World Wrestling Entertainment is near a deal with NBCUniversal that will allow it to continue airing major wrestling programs on its TV networks.
Selling in stocks and a surge of buying in bonds accelerated after negative reports on two key legs of the economy—manufacturing and housing.
Something could be missing from your next electric bill: a fee that has been paying to fund a federal nuclear waste site that doesn't exist.
Steve Wynn was strong to the finish and laid out the spinach, snapping a Jeff Koons sculpture of Popeye for $28 million.
Commissioners expressed their misgivings, but have voted to go forward and accept public comment.
Cramer thinks a significant shift is underway all across the nation and it threatens to upend a fundamental pillar of financial investing.
"I'm not saying go short, I'm just saying don't be too fricking long right now," the head of Appaloosa Management said.
Systems that run everything from power grids to factories, experts tell CNBC, are extremely vulnerable to attack.
Stocks spiraled lower, extending Wednesday's losses and falling further from all-time highs, weighed down by weak earnings and economic reports.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
A monthly confidence index from the National Association of Home Builders slipped one point from a downwardly revised April figure.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to its lowest level in seven years.
Mom-and-pop shops on Main Street are disappearing at an alarming rate in a world of Wal-Marts. Can anything save them?