Many Israelis view the U.S. presidential contest as a choice between a predictable option in Clinton and an volatile one in Trump.
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Record temperatures, drought, rain and La Nina: NOAA's Climate Prediction Center has been issuing outlooks for what lies ahead this summer.
Apple has rallied following a rough post-earnings announcement, and history suggests the company could make a market comeback.
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Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders independently agreed Wednesday night to debate each other.
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The S&P 500 has entered the third and final phase of the Dow Theory and could reach 2,600 next year, Todd Gordon said.
One day, one or both companies, may offer ride-hailing services, says Sean Behr, founder of Zirx, a platform to move, store and service cars at scale.
Forget about the company's quarterly results: Costco shares are up because of this, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
"Crude is trading at new highs for 2016, while the large cap energy sector is not. One of those prices is wrong," says Convergex's Nicholas Colas.
The trustee recouping money for Bernard Madoff's victims sought court approval to free up another $247 million to help cover their losses.
The market could be poised for a breakout – or not. Rich Ross of Evercore ISI and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners debate.
Meatball Shop's Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow built an empire on a simple dish. Now, their restaurants cook up more than $21 million a year.
Whether New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez endorses Donald Trump will make for one of the more intriguing subplots to the narrative of GOP unification.
Digging into Apple's chart, with Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, and Rich Ross, Evercore ISI.
The S&P 500 should soon hit a record high due to a number of positive forces coming together, market watcher Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
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