The Democratic platform laid out some of the party's main talking points, but also included one that may seem bizarre to some. » Read More
Donald Trump "spent nearly 77 minutes running down my beloved country and I don't take kindly to it," says Commentary magazine editor John Podhoretz.
Ted Cruz left the GOP convention hall in an absolute uproar after his speech. And Trump running mate Mike Pence single-handedly pulled it back together, says Larry Kudlow.
Rather than the major disruptive factor to the global economy and financial markets, the decision has had a decidedly muted effect.
They may not be in the spotlight, but the people giving Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton economic advice can reveal a lot about the candidates.
Former Virginia governor Tim Kaine brings a solid economic record to the Democratic ticket.
A measure of future economic conditions rose last month, according to a new report.
U.S. home resales unexpectedly rose in June to their fastest pace in more than nine years.
The number of Americans filing for benefits unexpectedly fell last week, hitting a three-month low as the labor market continues to gather momentum.
Which party has done a better job managing trade deals and bringing "good-paying jobs" back to the U.S.? CNBC crunched the data.
A 600-point rally in the Dow Jones industrial average has caught Wall Street by surprise and wondering if it's a bout of euphoria or a durable bounce.
Turkey's lira currency hit a record low against the U.S. dollar after ratings agency S&P lowered its sovereign credit outlook to "negative" from "stable".
When you consider the unique circumstances of 2016, it's not hard to understand why there was little talk of jobs at the Republican National Convention.
The rush to refinance home loans lost some steam last week, as mortgage rates lifted off their lows.
The U.K. pound surged to a session high on Wednesday morning following better-than-expected jobs data and a business survey from the Bank of England.
The U.K's vote to leave the European Union has pushed the International Monetary Fund to cut its world growth forecast for this year and next.
Housing starts rose more than expected, but a revision to the prior month's data pointed to a housing sector treading water in the second quarter.
Turkey's central bank cut interest rates for the fifth straight month on Tuesday, lowering its overnight lending rate by an expected 25 basis points.
As the presidential campaign heats up, CNBC looked at the jobs data to see how well the major parties have stacked on up keeping America working.
The health of the U.S. employment picture, despite the strong rebound in June, remains a work in progress and is still not inspiring much confidence.
Donald Trump has four days to accomplish two critical tasks in his extraordinary campaign for president.