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Solar batteries sound like a good, sustainable idea. But are they as green as they seem?
With box-office heavy hitters serving up inspiration, 2015 is shaping up to be a year of ornate costumes.
A small group of scary movies have found lasting cultural success, and made a big splash at the box office.
Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell tell CNBC they preserved "Evil Dead's" low budget look and humor as they bring the franchise to Starz.
Beyond teaching dance and drawing, arts education can help struggling schools improve reading and math scores, says Paula Abdul.
Even though Christmas is just around the corner, data suggests consumers are preparing to spend big on Halloween.
David Darst, individual investment consultant, discusses his outlook on the latest market conditions.
The sale of Ferrari shares raised $893.1 million for parent company Fiat Chrysler. CNBC looks at some of the most expensive luxury sports cars.
The hotel that inspired Stephen King's "The Shining" plans to build a horror-themed museum and film studio in Colorado.
Online lingerie shop Yandy.com is leaving its mark on Halloween.
A look at how one San Francisco-based beauty start-up, Tatcha, cracked the multibillion-dollar prestige beauty market.
Tesla Motors Inc could begin producing cars in China in two years, chief executive Elon Musk said.
Trump says the retweet mocking the intelligence of Iowan farmers was the fault of a "young intern", says USA Today.
Championship-starved New York Mets fans will have to pay a hefty fee to get into the team's first World Series in 15 years.
Fewer turkeys in September will likely mean higher prices this Thanksgiving after a bird flu outbreak wiped out more than nine million turkeys.
After three days of pomp, deal-making and geopolitics, British Prime Minister David Cameron raised a pint to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday over a traditional pub dinner of fish and chips.
Cuban-American musician Armando Christian Peréz is topping the charts in one area few people know about: building an empire.
An ingredient used in numerous personal care products might be contributing to the deaths of coral reefs around the world.
Strong home price gains this past spring and summer have given drowning homeowners a new supply of air.
A marine biologist claims to have witnessed a captive killer whale that was too depressed to feed her calf during a trip to SeaWorld in San Diego.