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  • Futures indicated a slightly lower open for Wall Street Tuesday ahead of a slew of earnings and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's Capitol Hill testimony.

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  • Think you have a tough commute? As it turns out, a normal rush-hour routine in most cities pales in comparison to some of the metro areas identified in this year’s Driver’s Seat Road Rage Survey recently released by AutoVantage. The group surveyed rush hour drivers in 25 major metropolitan areas and determined cities that were the “least courteous.” In other words, the cities with the worst cases of road rage. The group looked at the commonplace of “Angry Drivers” – including drivers who overrea

    A normal rush-hour routine in most cities pales in comparison to some of the metro areas identified in this year’s Driver’s Seat Road Rage Survey, recently released by AutoVantage.

  • At this year's Paris Air Show, held June 15-21, historic and cutting edge aircraft are on display and in flight. Held on odd-numbered years at Le Bourget Airport outside Paris, the show not only showcases military and civilian aircraft, but with major corporations and numerous countries in attendance, it also provides the perfect backdrop for announcements of major contractual agreements.With a rough year for aircraft manufacturers, it may be a breath of fresh air to see numerous classic aircraf

    At this year's Paris Air Show, held June 15-21, historic and cutting edge aircraft are on display and in flight. See the highlights!

  • Always feel like someone is watching you? Well, you might not be that paranoid after all!

  • Who said most defense stocks don’t work under this president? Well, Cramer did, but this company has proved him wrong.

  • P-3 Orion

    The funny business of defense procurement. The fate of the Air Force's refueling tanker program remains, well, up in the air. While politicians are pressuring the Pentagon to split the order between the original winner, Northrop Grumman/EADS and challenger Boeing, Defense Secretary Robert Gates still prefers a "winner take all" decision. Some speculate it may require a Presidential veto to ensure the Pentagon gets its way.

  • VH-71 Helicopter

    The administration’s plan to halt the $13 billion helicopter program, announced this month, will leave the government with little to show for the $3.2 billion it has spent since the Bush administration set out to create a futuristic craft that could fend off terrorist attacks and resist the electromagnetic effects of a nuclear blast.

  • The guys go behind the headlines and give you their take on today's rally in the banking sector, the Obama defense trade and more. Find out where they're making fast money.

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    The slumping economy negatively impacted many smaller companies that reported earnings on Tuesday. The following are some firms that reported earnings before the opening bell:

  • Markets are bracing for a landslide of earnings news Tuesday and more focus on the Treasury's bank bailout plans.

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    Defense Secretary Robert Gates unveiled a fiscal 2010 budget plan that made a number of sweeping cuts to big-ticket programs. What's the trade?

  • Plus, Cramer highlights why Obama could be good for defense stocks and why Goldman Sachs had the right idea for balance sheet management.

  • Options activity in Textron is crazy busy Monday, as shares surge in heavy volume amid takeover rumors. Shares of the aircraft maker bottomed at $4 or so in early March, but are up more than 9 percent on merger talk...

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • Joint Strike Fighter F-35 from Lockheed Martin.

    The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter from Lockheed Martin is the most expensive defense program in history. Costs could reach $1 trillion, between buying the aircraft and supporting it for decades.

  • General Dynamics is drawing call activity as Wall Street analysts appear conflicted over the outlook for GD and other defense contractors. Options traders are playing a May 40-45 call spread that is looking for General Dynamics to bounce after dropping more than 30 percent in the last quarter.

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    Despite the recession and almost daily layoff announcements from major companies,  many employers across the country are actually hiring.