Tax collections from individual Americans last year reached their highest share of the U.S. economy in seven years.
Prices in the nation's top 20 housing markets were 4.6 percent higher in January than in January 2014. Is housing overheating again?
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on a trading glitch in some ETFs which trade on the NYSE Arca Exchange.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence called for a change to his state's so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act this week.
Banks, looked to as a bright spot for the upcoming earnings season, might not live up to expectations, according to an analysis.
The tax system is unfair, it kills jobs, and gives some an unfair advantage. It's time to ax the income tax, says Peter Morici.
The first time home buyer is coming back big this spring as mortgage rates fall and rents increase, according to Wall Street research.
A pilot who suffered a midair breakdown in 2012 is suing JetBlue, alleging the company knew of his mental instability. USA TODAY reports.
Businesses can lower risk to their supply chains by setting up shop in these countries, a study says.
One trader is betting over $1 million that the financial sector will move even higher in the next three weeks.
Carl Icahn was right about Chesapeake Energy in 2012, buying the energy stock when it bottomed out. Is it time to join Icahn's trade again?
Imagine downloading 25 songs in less than one second. That’s how fast AT&T’s U-Verse with AT&T GigaPower claims to be.
The White House and the Defense Department are proposing changes to military retirement benefits.
The latest ranking for the world's busiest airport is out and the result may surprise you.
CNBC Pro takes you through the play-by-play in the past three months, and highlights where the experts think the strength will be in the coming months.
"This is a very dangerous development," with the tail wagging the dog, former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh tells CNBC.
Blown brackets? Check out the NCAA championship "return-adjusted" results.
Table service in Germany, breakfast all day in San Diego are signs that right steps are being taken at one company.
AARP: Unemployed workers between 45 and 70 years old search for jobs longer and earn less in their new positions than other workers.
The Fed's next move could crush the precious metal, traders warn.