Democrats insisting the government funding bill include protections for "dreamers" is not a good way to govern, Rep. Jeb Hensarling says. » Read More
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U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in December, recording its biggest drop in just over a year. » Read More
Wells Fargo banking double-charged an unknown number of customers due to a technical error, according to a report by NJ.com.
The Trump administration is finalizing its infrastructure plan, which would push most project financing to private investment, and state and local taxpayers.
The entrepreneurial space age is well underway, according to a report by investment firm Space Angels.
President Donald Trump defended his proposed wall along the U.S. southern border, saying his position "has never changed or evolved."
In the year since President Trump's inauguration, the dollar index has lost 10 percent, but that trend may reverse.
President Donald Trump said he plans to devote much of his time this year to helping Republicans maintain control of the U.S. Congress.
India successfully launched a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Thursday.
Wyndham Worldwide said on Thursday it would acquire La Quinta's hotel franchise and management businesses for $1.95 billion in cash.
Amazon.com is heading to the Sundance Film Festival this week with a long-term change in the works.
Evian, Danone's popular mineral water brand, became the latest consumer goods group to undertake pledges on recycling plastic.
Haitians will no longer be eligible for U.S. visas given to low-skilled workers, the Trump administration said on Wednesday.
Shari Redstone has discussed adding new directors to the CBS board as she renews her push to merge the company with Viacom.
The White House threw its support behind a Republican proposal to avert a government shutdown at week's end with a one-month extension in funding.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lackluster open on Thursday, following a strong performance on Wall Street yesterday.
U.S. government debt yields rose after the Labor Department said the number initial jobless claims fell to the lowest level in 45 years.
A newly discovered security flaw is affecting Apple's iPhone and Mac computers.
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North Texas millionaire Ron Sturgeon has built a fortune salvaging wrecked cars.
The "Squawk on the Street" team discuss Amazon's announcement of their short list for the possible new location for its second North American headquarters, down from 238 applications.
Ali Shihabi, The Arabia Foundation founder, discusses Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's anti-corruption probe.