China has warned against any foreign interference ahead of a crucial ruling on the city's political future on Sunday.» Read More
French police made one of the biggest cocaine busts in history earlier this month when 1.3 tonnes of the drug was found aboard an Air France cargo flight in Paris.
George Soros, the 83-year-old billionaire investor, philanthropist and supporter of liberal political causes, married for a third time on Saturday, tying the knot with education consultant Tamiko Bolton.
In a time of dizzying capital flows in emerging markets, Mexico looks positively stable by comparison.
Key Democrats and Republicans said they expect Congress to somehow come together and avert a U.S. government shutdown.
A suicide bomb attack on a church killed at least 75 people Sunday, according to officials, in what is the biggest attack on Pakistan's Christian community in many years. This is a link to an NBC News story.
Recent developments have raised an inevitable question of whether the market had finally hit a wall and a bubble of sorts has popped.
The Greek finance ministry is looking at a plan that could see state owned property assets used as collateral for loans that could help it avoid a third bailout by the EU and IMF.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party performed better than expected in Sunday's elections, almost certainly guaranteeing a third term for her, but conflicting projections put her just short of an absolute majority.
This is a link to an NBC News story.
Twitter is in talks with a handful of investment banks to provide the company with a credit facility as it embarks upon being a public company, according to people familiar with the matter.
Forget Bloomin' Onions or boneless wings, for many consumers, the choice of where to dine often comes down to a different factor.
The latest iPhones sparked record lines, said Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster. But he cautioned that it's not time for an Apple 'victory lap' yet.
The government of President Bashar al-Assad made an “initial declaration” of the chemical weapons it possesses. The NY Times reports.
Airports are getting wise to the fact that travelers want a comfy place to sit. For a few extra bucks, these airports offer you a place to nap.
With a 70% approval rating even after 8 years in office, Merkel is favored to win a third term. So who is "Mutti" and why does she matter? NBC News reports.
Societe Generale forecast a lengthy emerging markets rally on Friday, becoming the latest bank to turn bullish on the sector following the Federal Reserve's announcement.
From a showdown in DC on the debt ceiling to a parade of Fed speakers, it's going to be a busy week for the market. Buckle up.
BlackBerry said Friday it will slash 4,500 jobs as part of a restructuring and announced preliminary earnings and revenue that fell short of Wall Street's estimates.
Starting next week, hedge funds will be allowed to advertise. That's good news for the suffering sector, but it will have to fight some stiff headwinds.
The speed at which shutters come down in central Athens at the first sign of protest highlights the tensions in a country that has been through a great deal of political and economic pain.
Babolat's Play, a smart racket that tracks a tennis player's performance, may take the tennis tech battle to a whole new level.
Societe Generale's uber-bearish strategist Albert Edwards predicts that a bubble in stock markets is on the verge of bursting.
France's new economy minister has questioned the country's short working week, suggesting firms should be given more freedom.
A Promo video for CNBC Meets HRH The Duke of York
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to HRH The Duke of York, second son of reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.
In part two, HRH The Duke of York, Prince Andrew talks about his latest charitable projects, public duties and how he addresses his mother, The Queen.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted its largest annual gain last year and while momentum has slowed, investors are questioning whether the rise has run its course.
As the war of words between Australian dollar bears and bulls continues charts indicate that the bears may have the right call in the short term.
Investors are wondering whether the S&P 500 can sustain its momentum amid worries that the rally in U.S. stocks may be testing its limits.