The U.S. Secret Service is looking to hire 1,200 recruits through the end of 2017. CNBC's Kate Rogers finds out what it takes to serve.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker said that the federal funds rate should be much higher than they are now.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's sentiment indicator predicts massive gains for stocks. Phillip Streible of RJO Futures and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Wall Street strategists are so bearish that stocks are about to rally 20 percent, according to BofAML's contrarian indicator.
Shares of firearms companies sold off Friday, after August data on national gun background checks showed a slowdown from the recent surge.
What did we learn this week? That a Hillary Clinton presidency is not inevitable and Donald Trump could seriously still win this thing, says Jake Novak.
Millions of your co-workers are getting a raise, some bigger than others. If you're not one of them, there may be an explanation.
Sign up to volunteer for Donald Trump’s campaign, and you might be giving up more than you bargained for, Vox reports.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the details of her interview with Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma ahead of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Bloomberg that the DNC email hack was a public service but denied government involvement.
Hanjin's recent filing for court receivership is putting global shipping in a tight spot ahead of the key holiday season.
After recently implementing fees to sell certain brands, Amazon clarified the rules by saying the charges only apply to new merchants.
Janet Yellen has put the credibility of the FOMC on the line with her talk of a rate hike, says former Fed official Gerald P. O'Driscoll.
Here are 10 things that Wall Street believes that make absolutely no sense in the real world, says Josh Brown.
Ex-Fox News CEO's degrading treatment of women started at his first job at "The Mike Douglas Show," according to New York Magazine.
There's still a chance for a September Fed rate hike, and now Goldman Sachs is on the bandwagon.
Here's why the jobs report is better than it seems and leaves room for the Fed to hike in September, says Prof. Abigail Wozniak.
Davao City Police told NBC News that there were reports of one explosion targeted the night market at Roxas Street.
CNBC's new documentary "Ground Zero Rising: Freedom vs. Fear" analyzes security and safety at the World Trade Center.