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Three brothers used an Oklahoma horse farm as a front for their notorious Los Zetas drug cartel. Here's how investigators unraveled the years-long crime.
The stakes for the oil markets are high as the Iraqi government tries to gain control over the unrest. The NYT reports.
President Hassan Rouhani urged world powers to cut a deal with Iran by a July 20 deadline to end a dispute over its nuclear program.
In-network health providers charge insured patients a wide range of prices for the same services in different cities—and even in the same city.
A Federal Housing Administration program is helping owners who had been foreclosed on buy a home again.
After recent attempts at gun control spurred unprecedented sales, firearms manufacturers are facing a new challenge: overcrowded gun racks.
Take Iraq's oil out of the marketplace, and crude prices will go way higher than they are now, T. Boone Pickens told CNBC on Friday.
Don’t go shopping yet. Cramer thinks two quality stocks will go on sale over the summer.
Siemens and Mitsubishi are putting the finishing touches on a joint offer for Alstom's turbine businesses, sources said.
A settlement has been reached in Detroit's historic bankruptcy case over the treatment of unsecured limited-tax general obligation bonds.
Retail investors often buy at market highs and sell at lows, causing losses that has driven a rise in cash holdings. Financial Times.
The crash happened a day after Dr. Richard Rockefeller celebrated the 99th birthday of his father, former Chase Manhattan chairman and CEO David Rockefeller, a family spokesman says.
OSHA is looking into the death of a worker in an incident at an Amazon warehouse, Re/code reports.
You can learn about as much about the economy from bacon cheeseburgers as you can any of the reports that come out each month to measure growth.
In wake of data breach, PF Chang China Bistro will begin to manually swipe payment cards.
You wouldn't want to be the one paying the World Cup's energy bill.
"The greatest risk of all is that Wall Street excesses rather than Main Street recovery forces the Fed to tighten," BofA's Michael Hartnett said.
The stock market drifted upward Friday and seemed largely unfazed by the Sunni uprising tearing apart Iraq, veteran trader Art Cashin tells CNBC.
The Sunni fighters, who stole $450 million in a bank heist, were reportedly only about 40 miles from Baghdad on Friday. NBC News reports.
This 10,000-square-foot estate is an oasis for best-selling author, TV star and legendary "Queen of Infomercials" Suzanne Somers and her husband.