As the Fourth of July weekend looms and citizens prep their grills and ready their fireworks, some Americans are packing their bags.
The Greek government indicated it is willing to concede ground to creditors, but Athens insisted Sunday's referendum will go on.
The situation in Greece may result in rapid economic deterioration and increased risk of terrorism in Europe and the U.S., experts said.
There were exactly 15 stocks in the Dow Jones industrial average that were higher for 2015 and 15 that were lower for the year as of Wednesday morning.
Joan Rivers' lavish Manhattan triplex apartment has sold to "Middle East royalty," sources close to the comedienne's family told CNBC.
Stocks opened sharply higher on Wednesday, after a deal between Greece and its international creditors looked possible.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' failed attempt to reach a debt agreement with the IMF and weigh in on what investors should be watching ahead of the July 4th weekend.
The demand for secondary tickets underscores the continued rise of soccer—and women's sports more broadly—in the United States.
In a note to clients Wednesday, JPMorgan issued a list of stocks the firm believes could provide excess returns in the second half of the year.
The 2015 version of the U.S. stock market has felt like a six-month thrill ride to nowhere.
A report by ComScore finds that the online travel industry performance in the first quarter of 2015 is bright.
Though some called the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality a sad day for America, this writer can think of plenty of sadder days.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC that his key valuation indicator is flashing warning signs.
Whether you're just married or have been married for years, it's important to discuss these three things with your significant other.
Company shames you into using less water by showing how you measure up to your neighbors and California water agencies are buying their software like crazy. CNBC's Jane Wells takes a closer look.
As investors obsess over every headline from Greece, it's the debt crisis in Puerto Rico that could actually pose the greater risk, one trader says.
The Financial Times explores the housing market's recovery and why it could be called "lopsided."
New Jersey is a "wonderful window" into world credit problems, said market-watcher Jim Grant, a day after Gov. Christie announced a presidential run.
Macy's is ending its 11-year partnership with Donald Trump, in response to uproar from Hispanic consumers.
As video streaming boxes become more widespread, so does frustration over slow Web speeds. Eero is out to fix the problem.