The market may be hitting new highs, but it is "too complacent," Dani Hughes told CNBC on Wednesday.
Jared Kushner is landlord to Baltimore-area renters who complain about disheveled property and have faced legal action for moving out, ProPublica reports.
Snap gave one media buyer a 10 percent "bonus" on ad buys, and another claimed it would get a discount if it bought ads on Snap's platform.
Nvidia pointed to its collaboration with Google in its first public remarks on Google's new chip for AI, which can be used instead of Nvidia GPUs.
The Federal Reserve will be very measured in reducing its balance sheet, but will likely not double-tighten, Danielle DiMartino Booth said.
Removing Trump from office would further anger the very voters who elected him, Rishabh Bhandari & Aaron Sibarium write in the National Review.
Studies have found positive benefits to magic mushrooms, which can also cause panic attacks or confusion, USA Today reports.
The Congressional Budget Office will estimate how many more people would become uninsured, and how health plan prices would change.
One trader sees crude's comeback drawing to an end, and he's looking to profit off the impending drop.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday pushed Congress to raise the federal borrowing limit.
"If factors go right and there are tax cuts for corporations, it's not that hard to understand that that could happen," Shiller tells CNBC.
A new report from California throws water on Democrats' single-payer health care dream, saysJake Novak.
Piper Jaffray initiates coverage on Shake Shack with an overweight rating, predicting significantly higher earnings in the coming years.
The new White House budget proposes ending an oil and gas revenue-sharing program with the four states.
Tesla's workplace injury rate has exceeded the auto industry average in recent years, according to a new report from a California nonprofit.
Iraq's Jabbar al-Luaibi and Iran's Bijan Zanganeh expressed support for a nine-month extension to OPEC-led production cuts.
More than a half-million people are certified to have their student debt forgiven over the next decade because they work in public service.
Soupman sells soup and licenses franchises inspired by the famous Manhattan shop that Al Yeganeh opened in 1984, N.Y. Times reports.
A "Top Gun" sequel could start filming "in the next year," Tom Cruise told Australian TV show "Sunrise."
McConnell says health care and taxes still top the GOP legislative agenda, and he will not be reaching out to Democrats on either one.