Republican and Cuban-exile Carlos Gutierrez says canceling DACA would be "a big blemish" on the United States.
The organizer said it stopped accepting bitcoin for last-minute ticket purchases because it's slow and labor-intensive.
Immigration desk computers at various airports went down for about two hours on Monday, according to Customs and Border Protection.
A new study finds that it's actually more affordable to rent than to own in 16 of the 33 largest metropolitan areas, USA Today reports.
Winter travelers who originally booked for the Caribbean are now looking to relocate vacations to Miami and Boca.
The steady rise in home prices is so far showing no limits, and that is turning up the heat on some already overheated housing markets.
Boat engine theft — specifically of Yamaha engines — is on the rise. And it's difficult to catch the thieves.
East Lansing, Michigan, home of Michigan State, orders the most late-night takeout, according to a study from GOBankingRates and Grubhub.
More than $900 billion worth of U.S. residential real estate could be lost, a new report says.
You need to sell a lot of rum to afford this tropical estate.
CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" takes you inside the mega-home that includes a crystal-tiled steam room and a bulletproof hideout.
While the national picture of high home prices and a tight supply may look bleak, certain local markets are still lucrative options.
Home prices and housing demand are both soaring, and real estate agents are desperate to find more homes to list.
Threatening social media posts possibly connected to ISIS have raised alerts in cities battered by recent hurricanes.
Florida loses ground as one of the best places to retire, particularly in Irma's aftermath.
Three different stories emerge after Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, says Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group chairman and chief executive officer, talking about the rebuilding efforts in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean.
Kevin Maloney of Property Markets Group says most of Miami's building are intact post-Hurricane Irma due to Florida's improving building code.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine provides a preliminary assessment of the damage left after Hurricane Irma.
Diana Olick explains how the mass expansion in Florida's real estate market could be impacted by Hurricane Irma.
Tampa Bay could be devastated by Irma, with the potential for a storm surge and damage to infrastructure and toxic waste sites.