Bruce LeVell, a conservative community leader in Georgia, appeals to fellow African-American voters: "What do we have to lose" with Donald Trump. » Read More
The recent defections from Donald Trump amount to an unprecedented rejection of a nominee by their own party.
It’s not a second recall (yet), but it may as well be.
The World Health Organization said governments should raise taxes on sugary drinks to fight what it says are global obesity and diabetes epidemics.
A political adviser to Hillary Clinton last year urged her to support a new version of a law that separated commercial and investment banking.
Zocdoc wants to make "Unsick Days" common, so workers can get checkups during a paid day off without having to worry about repercussions.
Theranos and its founder Elizabeth Holmes have been sued by one of the blood-testing start-up's biggest backers, according to a WSJ report.
If Donald Trump continues to trail Hillary Clinton in opinion polls, many Democrats may simply stay at home on Election Day.
Recordings of his vulgar boasts would make the GOP nominee a major legal liability, and many companies consider such language a firing offense.
A 12-year-old in Spain racked up a $112,000 bill when he apparently confused Google's AdWords and AdSense platforms, NBC reports.
The Verizon CEO said he was "not that shocked" about a Yahoo data breach where the user information of 500 million users was stolen.
A survey has shown voters' perception of Trump's brand declined after a tape with him making lewd comments towards women was released.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll on Monday has unsettled anew Republicans who had hoped Donald Trump's erosion would halt.
At the debate, Trump said he doesn't know if Russia is trying to hack the U.S. election, despite U.S. intelligence blaming Putin, NBC News reports.
Corporate profits have been stuck in reverse for the last year and a half. They finally look like they're getting back in gear.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to criticize comments from Murray Energy CEO who derided Musk.
Tiger Woods will not participate in this week's Safeway Open, Golf Channel reported Monday.
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Following three solid years for tacky Christmas sweaters, Wal-Mart has increased its selection of holiday and novelty items.
Tweak something popular, advises founder Tom Ryan.
The Cubs won game two of the World Series, thanks in large part to three players who represent the various stages of Chicago's renaissance.
Jay Campbell, Hart Research Associates, and Micah Roberts, Public Opinion Strategies, discuss whether Donald Trump can close the gap in recent polls.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest data on unemployment and durable goods.
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor talks to CNBC's Sara Eisen about what's holding the U.S. consumer back right now.