CNBC's Steve Liesman; Bill Rodgers, Rutgers University; and contributor Ron Insana discuss the weaker-than-expected jobs number and what it says about the economy.
With biotechs in the political crosshairs, is now the time to look at the space? With Michael Yee, RBC Capital biotech analyst.
CNBC's Steve Liesman discusses the weaker-than-expected jobs number and what it means to the possibility the Fed will hike rates in September.
Here's why the weak jobs report will help Donald Trump regain his momentum in the race for the White House, says Jake Novak.
A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.
Oil is tumbling, but two traders want investors to know that there isn't much to be concerned about.
The Former CEO of Best Buy cautioned that if the EU is going after Apple for taxes, other multinationals like Google, McDonald's and Amazon could be next.
Columbia Threadneedle's Jeff Knight said on Thursday that 2016 is a terrific year to be a well-diversified investor.
He was one of Donald Trump's most vocal Hispanic supporters, but now Jacob Monty is pulling that support after Trump's immigration speech.
After landing on the moon, the next obvious step was to send someone to Mars. A look at just how difficult it will be to live there, with CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
For the second year in a row, Notre Dame has the most expensive ticket in all of college football.
New video of this morning's SpaceX explosion on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral.
CNBC's Jim Cramer talks about his new documentary, Ground Zero Rising, and looks at the changes that have occurred in downtown NYC since the fateful events of 9/11.
A look at how investors should position themselves for the rest of 2016, with Jeff Knight, Columbia Threadneedle.
Denise Galvez, Latinas for Trump, discusses why she still supports Donald Trump, even after others reacted negatively to last night's immigration speech.
Jacob Monty, formerly a member of Donald Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council, yanked his support for the candidate and resigned from his post after Trump's speech last night. He explains why.
CNBC's Eamon Javers looks at how Trump's immigration speech was received last night and this morning.
According to a new study, Millennials have a taste for high-dollar stocks, like Tesla, Apple, Netflix, Amazon and Facebook. Discussing why, with FM trader Guy Adami.