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The 2016 election could hinge on the Tar Heel State, and with the polls now open, the cross currents here can be mind-boggling.
Many have questioned the enthusiasm in Republican Party leaders, but Jim Gilmore says that GOP leaders worked hard to secure votes for Donald Trump.
Recent court rulings may force Congress to revisit two crucial components of financial regulatory reform.
The going rate for Manhattan retail space has slipped for the second straight quarter.
RBC Capital Markets on Tuesday released a playbook for clients on the market's expected short-term reaction to the U.S. presidential election.
John Sweeney responds to investor anxiety ahead of the election, advising against a short-term view of impending market volatility.
Donald Trump became the butt of an Internet joke after screenshots captured a brief glance he made toward his wife, Melania, as she voted.
The suit, filed in state court, claims people who were not in line when polls closed were able to vote on Nov. 4.
Scott Wren of Wells Fargo Investment Institute says earnings and Fed action will drive stocks higher regardless of who becomes the 45th president.
Goldman's views hold largely with the consensus, though it makes room for surprises not foretold in prediction markets and polling.
Shares of health insurers and hospitals got a lift Tuesday, but the rally doesn't extend to battered biotech and pharmaceutical stocks.
The Swiss banking giant is streamlining work with a new office design.
If Hillary Clinton is elected and the Senate stays Republican, it changes the whole dynamic of her presidency, GOP former Sen. Judd Gregg says.
The Republican presidential nominee said he would "have to see under the circumstances" what he would do if he lost Tuesday.
The Presidential candidate's unpopularity boils down to one issue, argues the best-selling author.
The GOP candidate has mobilized Hispanic voters and driven record Latino turnout that could deny him the presidency.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight.
Apple's folly is in not recognizing just how passionate and committed its professional audience is, says The Verge's Vlad Savov.
The U.S. dollar is a major proxy for America itself — and it's probably in for a turbulent ride on Tuesday.