The global space race is heating up as American companies and NASA face growing competition from China.
Two private Chinese companies are making big moves and gaining billions in investments as China's state space agency announces its own ambitious goals. Here's what's going on in the global space race.
Markets fell sharply Thursday on news that President Trump and China's Xi Jinping would not meet before the March 1 deadline for trade negotiations, when tariffs are expected to double on goods between the two countries. Three market experts explain why they think the markets fell, what they're watching, and whether they are joining in the sell-off.
Some market watchers expect an 'earnings recession' might be on the horizon. Here's what three Wall Street strategists say investors should watch.
Boeing joined start-up Aerion in developing a supersonic craft meant to travel at 1,000 miles an hour while providing luxury and comfort. It's slated to take off in 2023, and is one of many supersonic craft being developed by both Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
President Trump's ally Roger Stone pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. He allegedly misled Congress about his efforts to use WikiLeaks to release stolen materials from Democrats, tampered with a witness and obstructed a congressional hearing. Stone was arrested in the early morning on Jan. 25 at his home in Fort Lauderdale, and was released on $250,000 bond.
Amazon unveiled Amazon Scout on Wednesday
Markets rallied on news that China would increase its imports of U.S. goods to balance the trade deficit, which led many to speculate that U.S.-China trade tensions might be easing. Three experts weigh in on how it affected markets, and how investors should react.
Trump unveiled his new missile defense strategy at the Pentagon on Thursday. It's the first update to missile defense in nearly a decade, and some Russian officials are warning it will only escalate tensions.
The generation that saw its parents' banks foreclose on homes and some big institutions go under in the Great Recession isn't ready to return to big banks.