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Jim Cramer prepared investors for slow growth days ahead in case Wall Street gets a rude awakening from the White House.
Trump did not address a critical point: The Senate already has the ability to pass both bills with a majority vote.
Tech stocks have been the stalwart of the U.S. equity market, but other stocks need to pick up some slack to keep the good times rolling.
The market rally has largely been propelled by just 5 tech stocks, and that means there could be rocky times ahead, trader Keith Bliss said.
The show marks Apple's continued foray into original content.
Hold off on your one-way ticket to New York or Los Angeles.
This little-known trick could help you seal the deal.
Levandowski was at the center of a lawsuit between Uber and Google.
Goldman's purchase of Venezuelan bonds is a problem optically and ethically, a former managing director at the firm told CNBC on Tuesday.
The Russian president sees opportunity as Donald Trump talks down the U.S.-Europe alliance.
One of Trump's major campaign promises was a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Construction hasn't begun, NBC reports.
Julio Borges suggested Goldman Sachs would not be paid back after it purchased state oil giant PDVSA's distressed debt.
Credit Suisse raises its rating on PVH to outperform from neutral, saying the company will report earnings above expectations this year.
Tax savings aren't the only thing to consider when you want to retire.
Unraveling of Ford-Google partnership was a key point for ex-Ford CEO Fields, says report.
Thieves in Las Vegas broke into a warehouse twice and escaped with tens of thousands of condoms and over $10,000 worth of sex toys.
The Pentagon believes the Syrian Democratic Force is an important part of eventual plans to go into ISIS-controlled Raqqa, NBC News reports.
Technology jobs now rate as the best type of employment opportunities in the nation.
Fresh off a settlement with regulators regarding insider trading charges, Leon Cooperman said he would have won but chose to settle instead.
Don't fall into the trap of "success syndrome," says the billionaire.