Hillary Clinton held her lead over Donald Trump in the final presidential debate ahead of the election, analysts said of the market reaction.
So Debate No. 3 had one clearcut winner: Fox News' Chris Wallace, USA Today reports.
The star of CNBC's "The Profit" says if you want to hire the best, forget job sites or headhunters.
The number of Americans filing for benefits rose more than expected, but remained below a level that is associated with a strong labor market.
Donald Trump didn't just destroy himself. Hillary Clinton destroyed him, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Even if Microsoft reports fiscal first quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, that might not be enough to prevent a stock slide.
Thrusters intended to slow a European lander as it neared Mars fired for less time than expected before contact with the vehicle was lost.
The increase in cases reported last year comes just as just as health departments that could help fight them lose funding.
In their third and final debate, the two candidates didn't disappoint our ready and waiting fact check team at NBC News and PolitiFact.
Let the shopper beware: Some store-brand credit cards have rates that are nearly double those of regular credit cards.
The Republican nominee said he will respond to the election results after the race has been decided.
Saudi officials say a $50 to $60 price is the preferred range for oil in order for OPEC to provide adequate global supply.
If Donald Trump sticks to his message, he could still get enough votes to win, Steve Forbes says.
WikiLeaks emails seemed to show that the Clinton campaign reached out to Apple and Google to vet statements on encryption.
Trump totally botched the answer to the question about whether or not he would accept the elction results, says Jake Novak.
These are the job skills employers want most — and they're willing to pay top dollar.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk suggested media coverage of autopilot crashes is disproportionate to the number of actual incidents, which he said is "virtually none."
The Fed will likely raise interest rates later this year if the economy remains on its current path, New York Fed President William Dudley said.
This time, Trump looked more prepared for policy questions and attacks, but ...