China said it would continue to build military and civilian facilities on its artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea.
In this week's "Trader Poll," tell us if markets will rally around Christmas?
Brazil's is battling political scandal, inflation, unemployment and credit woes. Is there any good news for investors?
More than 150 newspapers have closed or converted to digital-only offerings in the last two years, the New York Times reports.
Cantor Fitzgerald's Howard Lutnick says the markets are ready for a rate hike.
529 college savings plans are popular, but myths about these useful vehicles for higher-education expenses abound. We debunk five of them.
With the Fed all but certain to begin withdrawing some of its stimulus soon, the recovering housing sector may be in for a change.
Adele's eagerly awaited third album is poised to set a new one week Nielsen era album sales record, Billboard reports.
Terrorism experts say there are things that companies and people can do to derail terrorist attacks like the ones seen in Paris last week.
A state of emergency declared after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were damaged, cutting off power to almost 2 million people.
Low oil prices are leaving many oil and gas companies with difficult debt loads, causing them to default at an extraordinary rate.
Thanksgiving means turkey. But after a rough year for poultry farmers, that traditional dinner table centerpiece will cost more.
Starbucks is the third best performing stock in the S&P 500 this year and one trader is betting it could hit new highs in the next month.
Many of America's most successful food truck owners are now building restaurant empires. How did they do it?
Brewers may have found the next frontier in their quest for something new: Nitro beer.
Heavy fall snow hit the Midwestern U.S., blanketing states and delaying political rallies.
Companies — with the NFL's help — are working on high-tech concussion tests that aim to make head diagnosis less subjective.
What ISIS has done in Paris is an act of war. Let's destroy them, says Larry Kudlow.
Nowadays, tech savvy bags can weigh themselves, charge your gadgets, give you Internet access and alert you to tampering.
After years of working to tighten budgets, European nations are now grappling with whether to boost defense expenditures.