The yen surged against the U.S. dollar following a report that the country's central bank is cooling on the idea of adding more stimulus.
In honor of the 70th anniversary of North Korea's liberation, more than 300 political - and somewhat eyebrow raising - slogans were published today.
More Americans than expected filed new claims for unemployment last week, but the trend is consistent with a strengthening labor market.
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson has been called many things, but there is one label that he has decided to fight in court: “foul-mouthed.”
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Tesla Motors' latest earnings report.
Anti-currency manipulation efforts in the Senate are misaligned and if another country tried to do this to the US, there would be outrage, says Tony Fratto.
Facebook's new tool allows you to assign a "legacy contact" to control what happens to your Facebook profile after you die.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
As ministers held emergency meetings to keep Greece in the euro zone, Russia repeated an offer to provide Greece with funding to rebuild its economy.
The number of U.S. properties in foreclosure rose 5 percent in January, driven by a jump in bank repossessions, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said.
US business inventories rose less than expected in December, supporting views that fourth-quarter growth was slower than initially thought.
Love birds should brace themselves as Valentine's Day chocolate will cost more this year, the New York Times reports.
The cease-fire agreement is only hours old and doesn't start until Sunday, but analysts fear the deal will fail.
Winning tickets in Wednesday's giant Powerball jackpot were sold in North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Texas, lottery officials announced early Thursday.
Montana lawmakers moved to kill a bill that would tighten the state's indecent exposure law and consequently ban some provocative clothing.
The guessing game over the outcome of Greece’s attempts to resolve its debt dilemma and stay in the euro zone looks set to continue.
An airline chairman's daughter got a one year prison sentence after being found guilty over an incident about the way she was served nuts.
Over a billion personal data records were compromised by cyberattacks in 2014, a report revealed, driven by high-profile breaches.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is making a call on what to buy as oil continues to fluctuate.