Coronavirus cases in the U.S. just topped 12 million as states imposed more and more restrictions. This comes as the CDC warns Americans not to travel for the holidays. More than one million airline passengers already boarded flights ahead of Thanksgiving. Most California businesses now face severe restrictions, including bans on indoor dining in Los Angeles.
The Trump campaign is waging multiple court fights in an effort to reverse a projected victory for Joe Biden in the presidential race.
The comments by former Trump advisor Steve Bannon come as he is free on bond in a criminal case where he is acused of defrauding donors to a non-profit group.
NBC News' Maura Barrett reports on the updated Philadelphia vote count. Pennsylvania continues counting ballots.
Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 10 percentage points nationally two days before Election Day, a final NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has found. Six-in-10 voters said the the country is on the wrong track under the president's leadership and a majority disapproved of Trump's handling of the pandemic. The candidates are making their last efforts to mobilize support in battleground states.
The Supreme Court will hear Fulton v. City of Philadelphia on Wednesday, the first major LGBT rights dispute to come before Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Walmart's move comes amid violent demonstrations and looting in Philadelphia following the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.
White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNBC in an interview Wednesday that the United States is "going in the wrong direction" as coronavirus cases rise in 47 states and infected patients overwhelm hospitals across the country.
Former President Barack Obama held a drive-in campaign rally in Philadelphia for his former vice president, Joe Biden.
The Philadelphia 76ers hired their new coach, Doc Rivers, to deliver owners Josh Harris and David Blitzer a championship and help secure the team's future with a new arena.
Another volatile week may be in store for traders as coronavirus cases rise in the U.S. and Europe.
Philadelphia 76ers fired coach Brett Brown on Monday, and GM Elton Brand said he's leading the hunt for a new coach, perhaps a former franchise foe.
These five charts illustrate trends in important industries that help track reopening progress in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ashley Chorath, 27, makes $60,000/year and Andrew Tiu, 31, makes $58,000/year. The couple works as resident physicians in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Chorath has nearly $180,000 in student loans left to pay off. This is an installment of CNBC Make It's Millennial Money series, which profiles people around the world and details how they earn, spend and save their money.
Familiar summer destinations like museums, national parks and major cities may not be easy to travel to this summer amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
FC Barcelona soccer star Martin Braithwaite and his business partner Philip Michael want to create 100,000 Black women and millennials into millionaires through real estate investing.
Multiple companies have announced that they will either honor or recognize Juneteenth as a paid holiday for their employees this year, as a sign of support for the Black community. Celebrated on June 19, it marks the day in 1865 that Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas, and informed slaves there the Civil War had ended and slavery was abolished. To honor the holiday, some companies are giving employees a paid day off.
Gen Z is quick to pivot to DIY haircuts and figure out alternatives to spending in the pandemic.
The Brooklyn Net forward agreed to a 5% ownership stake in the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer.
"When I was growing up...[leaders] decided to take a few inner city black kids put them on a bus make them ride 90 minutes to different schools to get a rigorous education," Frazier said. "That would put my life on a different trajectory."