New York real estate scion Robert Durst's HBO finale would likely be admissible evidence in a murder trial, legal experts said on Monday.
CNBC's Diana Olick tours three glamorous homes in Los Angeles, and Dolly Lenz, CNBC contributor reveals which one comes with a million dollar price tag.
Prices are rising for custom suits, and it's taking longer to make them, because there is a shortage of quality tailors.
Americans have been on a protein-adding craze, throwing powder into smoothies and sprinkling it on foods.
West Coast dockworkers and shippers can't even agree on whether the slowdown is a lockout or partial strike. But the difference matters.
Variety's senior film reporter Brent Lang shares his predictions for Sunday's Oscar winners.
Uber launched a food-delivery service, UberEATS, in Barcelona on Wednesday.
A retail expert says that retailers will start planning ahead for similar scenarios by crafting contingency plans.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the lengthy time projection to unclog the system after delays due to the port dispute.
Some delays have now reached up to two weeks at the LA port, explains MEMA CEO Steve Handschuh. He discusses the expense of redirecting these shipments.
West Coast seaports that were all but shut over the holiday weekend because of a contract dispute are reopening, the AP reports.
In a first, Australian carrier Qantas will make Samsung's virtual reality headsets available to high-end flyers on some overseas trips.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez will travel to California to help broker a deal between shipping companies and dockworkers in the West Coast port fight.
J.C. Penney is reinventing its 850 salons across the U.S. in a new partnership with InStyle.
Time is running out at the West Coast seaports, with CNBC's Jane Wells.
The chief of police of Los Angeles believes Waze "poses a danger to the lives of police officers in the United States."
Herbalife's major shareholder Bill Stiritz has not sold any of his position, but is using the stock's pullback to buy more shares, according to sources.
Management and labor at the ports are blaming each other for epic congestion. And it appears impossible for both sides' stories to be true.
Port problems continue out west, but whose fault is it? CNBC's Jane Wells digs in.
Motley Crue is calling it quits on Dec. 31, and they want to be remembered for going out on their own terms, singer Vince Neil told CNBC.