Americans who are still paying off student loans have a lot less money – and a lot more overall debt – than those without student loans.
The push to dramatically raise the minimum wage in liberal-leaning cities is causing a conundrum for local businesses.
Medicaid enrollment has risen in most anti-Obamacare states, which may further strain some of their budgets.
Speaking at a security conference in Bratislava, Victoria Nuland said US sanctions against Russia are already 'starting to bite.'
The Boko Haram kidnapping has raised calls for educating women in developing nations. But you can't do it without guns, says Jake Novak.
Wall Street has it wrong on Take-Two Interactive, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday.
The NYSE said it has resolved its earlier data feed issue Wednesday that had affected symbols ranging from D through J.
You knew about the music and food already, but the tech industry might be in the process of shaking up the economy of New Orleans.
Investors could have profited from Fed policy announcements by gaining access to information ahead of public release, according to new research.
Stanford's divestment from coal is just the beginning of investors taking climate change seriously, according to a senior Wall Street risk pro.
As Chinese firm Alibaba prepares for an IPO in the U.S., it's worth considering what online customers in China want.
The U.S. military has big plans for wearable tech in the coming years.
Switzerland's Geneva is home to the world's most expensive sandwich, according to Hotels.com's latest 'Club Sandwich Index.'
Laws designed to combat climate change won't do anything but hurt economic growth, said Sen. Marco Rubio. He also weighed in on retirement savings.
Former US Energy Secretaries Abraham and Richardson say the US isn't moving fast enough on nat gas exports.
Failure to avert the federal Highway Trust Fund's bankruptcy could cost the economy as many as 700,000 construction jobs in the next year.
A national tea party leader is endorsing immigration overhaul legislation including legal status for the 11.5 million people now here illegally.
Wal-Mart is fast becoming a "fierce threat" to Amazon's dominance of online shopping, a leading retail analyst tells CNBC.
Despite some investors becoming increasingly wary of asset valuations, Sheila Patel, the CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, has told CNBC that the current bull market has longer to run and the search for yield will continue.
"By definition, the market’s more expensive than it's ever been,” Cramer said. Are any stocks still a compelling buy?