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Hawaii County officials are knocking on doors on several streets in the Leilani Estates subdivision alerting residents to flee fast-moving lava from Kilauea volcano.
Republican Congressman Thomas Garrett of Virginia said he will no longer seek re-election, saying he needs to work on recovering from alcoholism and renewing his commitment to his family.
Verint Systems is in talks to merge its security division with Israeli cyber surveillance firm NSO Group in a deal worth about $1 billion.
The contagion risks from a potential Italian implosion should concern market participants once again, analysts told CNBC.
Nissan Motor is slashing vehicle production by as much as 20 percent in North America to cope with falling profitability in the United States.
Starbucks is under fire for temporarily shutting 8,000 stores to train employees about bias. The effort won’t solve the problem, but it’s a good start.
The Fed will have difficulty raising rates significantly beyond the settings of its Japanese and European counterparts, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said.
JAB Holdings, the private company of Germany's billionaire Reimann family, is expanding its coffee empire with a majority stake in British sandwich and coffee shop chain Pret A Manger.
U.S. stocks dropped sharply Tuesday amid political turmoil in Italy that sent the euro tumbling and ongoing difficult trade talks with China.
U.S. government debt yields posted sharp losses on Tuesday as Italian and Spanish political turmoil spooked euro zone markets.
Italy's power struggle is rattling global financial markets, with investors fearful the looming prospect of fresh elections could be fought over the country's role in the European Union and the euro zone.
The report by Japanese public broadcaster NHK is the latest indication that the on-again-off-again summit with President Donald Trump may go ahead.
Former North Korea spy chief, Kim Yong Chol, is presumably meeting U.S. officials for talks about a potential Trump-Kim meeting.
The run-up in home prices is gaining speed, causing some to warn that the increases will not be sustainable for long.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has been accused of being too bureaucratic to function, and nobody can seem to lead the department for more than a few years. But the VA hasn’t always been struggling to keep up. When did things go so wrong?
Before taking the highest office in the Pentagon, Mattis' personal library included 7,000 books.
Starbucks will need to get a few things right during its anti-bias training day on Tuesday if it hopes to make a lasting impact with its new social policy.
Despite the tax benefits, only 29 percent of Americans know that 529 plans are an education savings tool, according to a new survey.
The cost of convenient shipping is starting to catch up with consumers. According to the American Trucking Associations, there’s a shortage of roughly 50,000 truck drivers across the country, and it’s hitting businesses and consumers in the wallet.
The leader of Italy's largest political party has called for President Sergio Mattarella to face impeachment charges after he refused to accept a controversial choice for economy minister.
The world invested $1.8 trillion into the energy sector last year, down 2 percent from the previous year, the International Energy Agency reported.
A growing number of savvy shoppers are maximizing their reward cards, which dole out points when you make purchases. Here's how to do it.
The port of entry for Amazon's public cloud stopped working properly on Monday, on the same day Amazon was facing with technical issues related to Prime Day.
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Jim Cramer reveals why Williams-Sonoma is in a sweet spot in the home goods space.
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