Clinton and Trump's debate on taxes, trade and the economy was often acrimonious ... if not always factual. Here are the highlights.
A visibly pleased Hillary Clinton touted her debate performance Tuesday morning, again going after Donald Trump's tax plan and temperament.
The speculation comes amid a fresh round of criticism the outspoken New York businessman has lobbed at the Fed.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk spilled the details on his plan to colonize Mars.
Apple has lingering issues in India. But the iPhone's launch in India lands weeks ahead of the nation's gift-giving season.
Steven DeSanctis, one of the most widely followed small-cap strategists on Wall Street, discusses his top investment themes in the space.
FBI investigators believe foreign hackers have targeted mobile phones used by a small number of Democratic Party figures, sources said on Tuesday.
Young adults continue to have high rates of lack of health insurance despite gains made under Obamacare.
The Senate has blocked a spending bill needed to keep the government open beyond Friday's midnight deadline.
80.9 million Americans watched the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump on television, setting a new viewer record, CNN reports.
Clinton won the first presidential debate hands down, but will only gain a point or two in the polls, veteran political analyst Larry Sabato says.
The Dallas Mavericks owner went after the GOP nominee on Twitter.
The World Bank on Tuesday reappointed Jim Yong Kim to a five-year term as president of the World Bank.
Credit Suisse downgrades J.M. Smucker, maker of Kibbles 'n Bits dog food and Milk-Bone treats, to neutral from outperform.
The beer maker was surprised to learn he'd crossed the financial milestone.
A swarm of earthquakes near the U.S.-Mexico border the past two days has jolted an area near the San Andreas Fault and raised alarm.
The debate was more embarrassing than illuminating, says senior columnist Jake Novak. And the biggest loser is...
Trump says Clinton did not get under his skin except "maybe" when she brought up accusations by a former Miss Universe.
With the race for the White House tightening, markets could be in for a bumpy road ahead in the near term.