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Jake Novak says he was wrong that the primary would be the end of the line for Trump. Here's why.
For an athlete widely regarded as "The Greatest," the ultimate irony is that we will never know just how great Muhammad Ali might have been.
It's shipping, business supplies and groceries that are likely to be Amazon's next big business, one technology analyst says.
Couples are spending thousands on weddings. CNBC spoke to a wedding expert about how to contain the cost of the big day.
CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers tips on how to retire from the business you spent a lifetime building.
If Memorial Day weekend is any indication, summer in the Hamptons is going to be booming, says Turney Duff.
A small business owner gives insights into how he built his business.
Tickets of Lin-Manuel Miranda's purported last show in the famed Broadway musical "Hamilton" are on sale for $10,000.
Success comes down to perseverance and believing in what you do. "If you don't believe it, nobody else will," Diane von Furstenberg says.
It's National Doughnut Day, USA Today rounded up the top places to grab yourself a delicious circular treat.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO says "someone is going to get hurt" as auto financing roars.
The injection of stem cells into the brains of chronic stroke patients has led to promising results, Stanford University says.
Americans are paying more every month for a new vehicle and making those payments for longer than ever, Experian says.
If Hillary Clinton were to lose next week's California primary by a wide margin, there could be room for Joe Biden to make a bid, says commentator Walter Isaacson.
A group of scientists found that suppressing activity in key places appeared to lessen addictive and reward-seeking behavior.
From no tipping to cashless, mobile transactions, your restaurant experience is changing, according to an American Express survey.
The skateboarding legend's crowning moment at the 1999 X Games only came after he failed several times.
A young boy destroyed a $15,000 statue of Nick Wilde, the fox from Disney's "Zootopia," this weekend.
In an email to CNBC, Frans de Waal said that the Cincinnati Zoo did what it had to do with the information available, considering the risk to the child.
Hungry during your commute? You can now have a pizza delivered to your bus from Domino's — if you live in the United Kingdom, that is.