The United States and Cuba will announce plans to open embassies on Wednesday.
Greek officials confirmed that the country would not make their roughly 1.5 billion euro payment to the IMF due today.
The spiraling Greek debt crisis might delay the central bank from increasing rates, former Fed Gov. Larry Lindsey tells CNBC.
We are past the point of farce on Greece, but the story line just keeps getting weirder.
Richard Coppa of Wealth Health explains that investors should weigh the risks and rewards of alternatives before allocating any funds.
It follows news earlier Tuesday that Puerto Rico will make a July 1 coupon payment of $645.2 million on its general obligation debt.
Puerto Rico's governor says the island's debts are "not payable," but many U.S. municipal and high-yield funds hold its bonds.
With Puerto Rico saying it can't pay its $72 billion debt, bond investors worry whether bond insurers can cover a looming default.
Monday's violent selloff could be the prelude to a more volatile second half, but strategists still expect the S&P 500 to gain.
Construction on the world's first airport resort starts this week, the Daily Mail reports.
Options expert Stacey Gilbert explains why stocks are poised to rally in the next week.
McDonald's customer satisfaction ratings are getting worse, and it's dragging the rest of the fast food industry down with it.
After rent increases forced FAO Schwarz to plan on leaving its Fifth Avenue location, it may have found a new home, the Commercial Observer reports.
On Tuesday night, scientists will add one "leap second" to the world's clocks, and computer systems everywhere are bracing for its effects.
LeBron James and other NBA free agents are setting themselves up for big contracts when the NBA starts a lucrative TV deal next year.
Media consultant Mark Macias says it will be a total disaster if Donald Trump gets a spot in any presidential debate.
Top technician Louis Yamada explains why the charts spell trouble for the market.
Takeover activity in the U.S. surged past $1 trillion in the first six months. Here's how to play this trend.
Uber targeted its customers to protest outside New York City Council Tuesday as a bill stands to cap for-hire vehicle licenses.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why Apple shares could rally to $135 by year-end.