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North Korea said on Saturday that nearly 3.5 million had volunteered to join or rejoin its army to resist new U.N. sanctions and to fight against the U.S.
Fans of heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio will be able to catch him on tour — seven years after he died from stomach cancer.
President Trump issues his bluntest warning yet to North Korea, saying the U.S. military is "locked and loaded."
Chinese President Xi Jinping called on the "relevant side" to exercise restraint, state television said.
There are ETFs that still gain in value when volatility and fear strikes Wall Street.
The market could be getting more volatile, with concerns about North Korea accelerating a sell-off that analysts had expected to see anyway.
Anthem announced Friday it will not participate in Virginia's individual insurance exchange next year.
Amazon closed a deal with Robert Kirkman and a first-look agreement for his production company Skybound Entertainment, The Verge reports.
Doing so will correct a tax injustice and spark a prosperity wave, too.
The market is looking for an excuse to sell off after a year of gains, said Canaccord Genuity's chief market strategist Tony Dwyer.
"Blockchain technology will change the world" and bitcoin is "here to stay," according to the man behind Fidelity's research into cryptocurrencies.
Valuations on these two names are so far out of whack with what's actually going to occur, value investor Bill Miller IV noted.
Third Point's Dan Loeb sold out of Snap shares in the second quarter, one quarter after buying the social media stock, according to a filing Friday.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee predicts there will be a labor shortage of 8.2 million workers in the next decade.
The activist fund reports its holdings as of the end of June.
Ron Christie thinks there is only a 50-50 chance of Republicans passing tax reform, and the political infighting isn't helping.
Stocks look solid on the surface but a deeper look shows signs the market is starting to crack.
Tesla launched its first high-yield junk bond offering Friday at $1.8 billion...
How GOP politicians are making it more difficult for millions of working Americans to save for retirement, says Diane Oakley.