Among the difficult questions posed by the ongoing border crisis is whether illegal immigrants are a boon or bust to the US economy.» Read More
"Back to the Future," the movie to most prominently feature John DeLorean’s gull-winged icon of 1980s cool, ends with the future version of the DeLorean time machine running on household garbage. Well, folks, the future is now, and the new DeLorean doesn’t need gas or rubbish. The DMCEV, which will go into production by 2013, will run entirely on electricity.
Discussing Ron Paul's economic plan, which includes; cutting one trillion dollars in spending; eliminating five federal agencies; lowering corporate taxes; repealing President Obama's health care bill; and auditing the Fed, with Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary, and Steve Forbes, Forbes Media.
Hollywood has remake fever. What are notable movie remakes that made less money than the originals?Find out!
Because of home conversions, what could be the sad gradual loss of a well-built historic structure is really a boon to an enterprising homebuyer. Click to see inspiring examples of repurposed structures.
The Lone Star state is recording the driest 11 months on record. CNBC's Jane Wells has the details on an estimated $2 billion dollars in livestock losses for the year.
CNBC's Jim Cramer speaks and Thomas Friedman, New York Times foreign affairs columnist, weigh in on President Obama's jobs speech tonight.
Rick Perry, governor of Texas and GOP Presidential candidate, says if Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke "prints more money," between now and the election, folks in Texas would "treat him pretty ugly," and that it would be "treasonous."
Texas is home to at least one-third of the jobs created nationwide since the recession ended. The state’s economy is growing about twice as fast as the national rate. Home prices have remained stable even as much of the country has seen sharp declines, the New York Times reports.
See average annual homeowners insurance premiums in these states, as well as average windstorm insurance premiums from the least expensive to the most expensive.
The Old Dominion State returns as America’s Top State for Business in 2011, and we’re starting to detect a pattern here.
CNBC's Scott Cohn has the No. 2 top state for business.
There are plenty of impressive golf courses across the US. Click to see some of the most luxurious ones!
Amazon.com wants to make a deal with Texas- the proposed offer would let customers in Texas off the hook of paying sales tax for the next 4.5 years and in exchange the company would bring 5,000 jobs, with David Strasser, Janney Montgomery Scott.
Amazon is offering to bring jobs to Texas but the state must promise not to charge a 6.25 percent sales tax, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
The day's non-business news, including a tribute to Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist, who died this weekend; the world's longest airplane at the Paris Air Show; and a Father's Day rescue in Texas.
NBC's Miguel Almaguer has the details on the large scale fires burning out west.
Discussing the impact the current drought as well as rising oil and gasoline on food prices, with Daniel Basse, AgResource president. The drought has caused 35 percent of the planted acreage in Texas and Oklahoma to be abandoned.
Even as much of the south is under water, a drought in Texas is having a devastating impact on corn and soybean crops, with Curt Mowery, Mowery Farms.
Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher honored the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth by recalling a good joke that Reagan used to tell:
Roads froze and airports closed. Falling ice sent six people to the hospital. Finally, seats to the big game vanished hours before kickoff. Super Bowl week in Texas was not always so super.