The decision would deploy a small number of U.S. special operations forces in an advisory role for Syria.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said that low neutral interest rates are a warning sign of possible changes in the U.S. economy.
Jesse Itzler has houses, a driver and flies by private jet. So why did he hire a Navy Seal to move in with him and kick his butt?!
Investors are seemingly more comfortable with the slowing Chinese economy, and dovish commentary from ECB President Mario Draghi lifted markets in Europe. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the rally in October.
A teenaged girl in Oregon has been diagnosed with the bubonic plague, which she may have contracted from a flea bite.
David Tepper, whose firm Appaloosa Management has $20 billion under management, discussed at length what's next for the stock market with CNBC Friday morning.
Nearly 54 million Americans are freelancers, according to a new study. Taking these steps can set yourself up for success.
Sales in China and Asia Pacific grew 110 percent year over year.
"They are like the Kansas City Royals, man," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The partial ceiling collapse occurred at an eight-story building undergoing demolition work on 38th Street.
Here's why stocks may chase "Rocktober" with another 10-15% gain, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
Regulators have been out for blood against banks for conduct both before the crisis and since.
The Federal Reserve proposed Friday to require large banks to add another buffer, designed to reduce the "too big to fail" perception.
The "Halloween asteroid" formally known as 2015 TB145 will give astronomers needed knowledge of asteroids — and how we might deflect one.
The day the Mets won the pennant turned into a windfall for Modell's sporting goods.
These stocks are falling behind the S&P 500, and one technician says the underperformance is starting to look like 2000 and 2007.
Pershing Square Capital's Bill Ackman said Valeant Pharmaceuticals made a mistake by underinvesting in public, government, and investor relations.
Troubled German carmaker Volkswagen recalled 58,881 luxury Porsche cars globally on Friday.
Dr. Alan Hodgkin's 1963 Nobel Prize sold for $795,614 by Nate D. Sanders Auctions on Thursday.
Google's Android may soon eat away at the primary home of the tech giant's other operating system, Chrome. Re/code reports.