The Navy's new $4 billion USS Zumwalt destroyer has been plagued by problems and may see its future role minimized.
The market has floated to new highs based on the belief that the United States will have a period of stronger economic growth.
Stocks keep flirting with record highs, but is now a good time for retail investors to take cash off the table?
December is traditionally a bullish month, but are we setting ourselves up for a disappointment? Is it all too far too fast?
President-elect Donald Trump wants a U.S. military with more ships, troops and planes but getting it won't be easy even with a GOP Congress.
Buzz Aldrin, former NASA Astronaut and second person to walk on the moon, discusses whether a Donald Trump presidency will be good for space exploration, and the importance of exploring Mars. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on space stocks.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on notable record highs in the S&P 500.
Traders are repositioning to prepare for less regulation and higher rates.
Wall Street is weighing whether markets will keep climbing if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
In many ways, it looks like the markets have already done the Fed's work for them.
November is typically the best time for stocks, so what's holding back the market's gains right now?
General Dynamics' Gulfstream business is seeing more turbulence even as the company's top exec painted a brighter outlook ahead.
The biggest IPO of the year prices Wednesday night, and it's essentially the UPS of China.
The defense sector is one group that doesn't appear to care whether a Republican or Democrat wins the white house.
History shows the fourth quarter of presidential year is a great time for defense stocks, CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
A growing threat of hostile drones is raising concern by military planners and accelerating the development of new weapons systems.
After a sluggish first half, recent IPO moonshots spark hope for the listings business.
After a few sector rotations this year, new leaders are taking charge of the rally.
These million-dollar businesses are booming but aren't for the squeamish. You'll need to get your hands dirty — even wear a biohazard suit.
There is volatility in the market and that means investors have to know where to look to withstand the bumps in the road, experts say.