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Two neighboring states want the Supreme Court to overturn parts of Colorado's historic marijuana law.
More companies may be handing out year-end bonuses, but don't count on a generous one.
If the housing crisis was a horror show, then brace yourself: Here comes the sequel, says Brandy King-Cutler of American Financing.
While some are praising New York's decision to ban fracking, some business owners who were hoping for a drilling-related boom are disappointed.
The National Association of Realtors said existing home sales dropped to the lowest level since May.
Wealthy wine fanatics are opting to buy U.S. vineyards rather than the traditional French and Italian wineries.
Cuba is filled with cars that many collectors may find in surprisingly good shape.
The U.S. dollar's surge has presented opportunities for Americans to jet off to more exotic places.
A Milken Institute report finds the top 10 cities in which to age successfully lie outside the expected Sun Belt states.
What do T. Boone Pickens, a former NYMEX chief and a food truck have in common? A lot more than you might think.
Will Americans be rushing back to Cuba in the wake of the most significant thaw in decades? Not quite, one expert says.
Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, and Hank Williams has put himself on a crusade to address it.
Disney's animated hit "Frozen" is still breaking records, but in a cooler way.
Recipe for a great holiday gift: Add one of these bottles. Pour. Serve.
Skullcandy has had a big year, and the company's CEO has a plan to keep the good times rolling through the holidays and beyond.
Taylor Swift's new track "Welcome to New York" is part of a campaign to lift New York City tourism.
A small maker of exercise equipment ended up moving its product by air because of shipping problems on the West Coast, nearly wiping out its profit.
L.L.Bean has seen such a surge in demand for its iconic "Bean" boot, that it's had to double its manufacturing capacity.
If you're headed to the mall and put off shopping because you don't know what gifts to buy, we've got you covered.
The Medicaid enrollment rate is 17 percent higher than the average monthly enrollment right before Obamacare started.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the day's meandering market. People are still nervous about energy, he says. If we pass the S&P's Friday high, the Santa rally should be back.
Discussing the holiday shopping season and how retailers are prepping for Christmas Eve, with Eddie Gindi, Century 21.
Here's video of the west side of Texas A&M University's Kyle Field imploding as part of $450 million in football stadium renovations.