U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva on Saturday to join talks on Iran's contested nuclear program, as Tehran and six world powers appeared to be on the verge of a breakthrough in the decade-old dispute.» Read More
European leaders have garnered thinly veiled—and sometimes overt—criticism from across the Atlantic for how they've navigated their domestic crises.
Forget the shutdown, Wharton School professor Jeremy Siegel said Tuesday, because markets are more concerned about the debt ceiling.
"The idea of putting the American people's hard-earned progress at risk is the height of irresponsibility and doesn't have to happen," Obama said.
Obama said allowing a shutdown would be the "height of irresponsibility" and that Congress can't shut down his health-care law.
Disputes with the Republican-run House and among GOP lawmakers themselves ensure that the battle will spill into the weekend, and quite possibly beyond.
Dennis Gartman told CNBC.com that he's the most positive he's been on stocks in months.
Low rates helped spur a feeding frenzy of corporate borrowing in September, driving debt offerings to an all-time high.
Gold settled under $1,325 on Thursday, as the dollar held firm after weekly jobless claims data showed an improving U.S. labor market.
A solid majority of Americans oppose defunding the new health care law if it means shutting down the government and defaulting on debt.
President Obama called House Speaker John Boehner Friday night, saying that he won't negotiate on the debt limit.
A new case before the Supreme Court seeks to raise limits on political donations.
President Obama has named Jeffrey Zients as an economic advisor in a shakeup as the White House struggles to gain traction for its economic agenda.
President Obama urged Americans this weekend to back him in launching an attack on Syria, but in Europe, diplomatic pressure increased for a delay to military action.
After news that U.S. missile strikes in Syria could come "as early as Thursday," Cramer suggested some sectors that may help investors protect portfolios amid geopolitical turmoil.
Egypt's deputy prime minister will propose a way out of a bloody confrontation between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed president Mohamed Mursi when the cabinet discusses the crisis on Sunday.
Egypt's stock market fell sharply on Sunday as it resumed trading after hundreds of people were killed in a crackdown by the army-backed government on supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptian authorities rounded up more than 1,000 Islamists as the Muslim Brotherhood leadership defiantly called a week of nationwide protests starting on Saturday after a day of carnage.
Events in Washington could make it a "very messy" September/October period for the markets, S&P's David Blitzer tells CNBC.
A court hearing on Friday may provide a roadmap for how Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing will unfold as the judge overseeing the case could set a speedy schedule and rule on other matters.
President Barack Obama will propose a "grand bargain for middle-class jobs" that would cut the U.S. corporate tax rate and use billions to fund projects aimed at creating jobs.
Congress seems likely to make a 2014 budget deal before adjourning for the year, lifting fears of another shutdown.
American and British spies have infiltrated two fantasy games and collected users' data, the New York Times reports.
Here's why SEC commissioner Michael Piwowar plans to vote against the Volcker Rule.