Obama will arrive in Paris on Sunday night, hoping to make climate policy a flagship achievement of his presidency. The NYT reports.» Read More
While volatility prevails, big institutional investors are ponying up for active managers and leaning away from cheaper, passive investing.
North Korea is planning another satellite launch, re-igniting fears that it is really testing a system to deliver nuclear weapons.
Cruise giant Carnival Corp. is putting the finishing touches on its newest travel destination in the Dominican Republic.
Whether in your 20s and just starting out or you're nearing retirement, a holistic financial plan that's about more than investments is key.
Two analysts explain how a battle over a social issue could one again close federal offices and halt services this week.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was overheard confronting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over incendiary posts on the social network.
One indicator suggests conditions in Syria, while indeed dire, aren't perhaps as bad as they could be, at least not yet.
Separatists have won a clear majority in Catalonia's parliament, an exit poll showed, putting them on a collision course with the national govt.
One financial firm is trying to capitalize on the fantasy sports craze with a new program geared toward earnings reports.
This weekend will give moon gazers a rare treat: A supermoon lunar eclipse, which only comes around once in a while
A little known tax break could save many Americans up to $1,000 a year. Sharon Epperson explains.
The shame—and financial disaster—that has been brought on Volkswagen as a result of its recall scandal is a wake-up call for other companies.
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI sees 3 catchup trades to make money during these volatile times.
October may bring a partial government shutdown, which could hit the more than 400 U.S. parks and sites that draw millions each year.
Matthias Mueller faces a daunting week ahead as he tries to rescue Volkswagen from the ashes of diesel deception.
Iran's supreme leader has said Saudi Arabia should apologize for a crush outside the Muslim holy city of Mecca that killed 769 worshippers.
John Boehner's decision to relinquish his House leadership post may complicate things for the Federal Reserve.
Known more for its maple syrup, Canada is seeing another export—its fries—gain popularity in the U.S.
Supposedly, there are 23 sugar daddies seeking sugar babies for every 1,000 adult males in Austin. CNBC doesn't believe it.
Pope Francis is neither an economist or a policymaker, but one analyst told CNBC the pontiff can speak to 'what's working.'