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CNBC's Bob Pisani checks out Tuesday's market action.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the early read on third quarter GDP.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is holding a town hall, and a truck fire shut down the New Jersey turnpike, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
WMAQ Producer Courtney Copenhagen, explains how you can travel with an emotional support animal on a plane.
Insight to which airlines are banning hunting trophies on their flights, with CNBC's Robert Frank.
Hillary Clinton is losing ground according to one poll. Insight to the NBC-Wall Street Journal poll on government and presidential approach, with CNBC's John Harwood.
NBC's Joe Fryer reports on massive wildfires still burning in California, where 2,500 firefighters are on the ground.
Earnings on deck from Zillow, Etsy, and Disney, with Diana Olick, Julia Boorstin and Mary Thompson.
Carter Worth says the recent price action in Apple could spell trouble for the Nasdaq.
Why it is better to invest in the market than to do nothing.
For real wage traction, boost military pay instead of raising the minimum wage.
Has oil bottomed? Where the price of oil moves next, with Peter Amandio, Chicago Energies.
Jerry Castellini, CastleArk Management, is a bull on the market, and Nicholas Colas, Convergex, shares his bearish concerns.
CNBC's Dominic Chu checks on all sides of the stock market to see if the bulls or the bears have it right.
One trader is placing a big bet that Disney, the Dow's best performing stock this year, will see some pain when it reports earnings after the bell.
The Power Lunch webpage debate of the day: why are so many millennials still living at home?
According to a new research, the standard used to determine the ideal indoor temperature is based on the body heat of the average man.
Investors are holding the least amount of cash maybe ever, and that's not good for the long-term outlook of the bull market.
The proportion of voters who think the country is headed in the wrong direction has risen to 65 percent, a NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll finds.
Discussing the impact of oil price on the stock market, with Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets. He forecasts the S&P 500 at 2,250 by year-end.