Though Attorney General William Barr says President Donald Trump is cleared legally in the Russia investigation, the fight over the probe is far from over.
The Supreme Court on Monday turned back a company locked in a secretive fight against special counsel Robert Mueller just days after the former FBI director concluded his probe.
Kellogg's Keebler, Famous Amos and fruit snacks businesses brought in final bids from Hostess Brands and Nutella-owner Ferrero, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC. A deal could value the brands at about $1.5 billion.
Airlines prepare to cancel more flights as the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max enters its second week.
Stocks that act more like bonds are what investors prefer at the moment.
Global media are reacting to the results of one of the most explosive investigations in modern U.S. history.
Banks just had their worst week since 2011. It could get even worse for the broader financials sector, says one technician.
Warren's plans represent what many financially squeezed voters say they want: a clear accounting of how a president would reduce their burdens.
Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots' fun-loving, touchdown-spiking tight end announced he is retiring from the NFL.
Now that Trump can safely turn his attention back to policy making, some stocks could get a boost from the President's updated agenda and the new Republican prospects in 2020.
Avocado retailer Henry Avocado is recalling California-grown avocados sold in bulk after testing found samples contained listeria.
FINRA recently banned 11 people from working in the securities industry and suspended 16.
Yellen discusses the yield curve inversion, which sent stocks tumbling on Friday.
Investors should "remain defensively positioned" on stocks, Morgan Stanley's equity strategist Michael Wilson says.
Apple is expected to launch a new streaming TV service and news subscription app at a press event on March 25.
A new round of trade talks between American and Chinese officials could help bring an end to the global trade war, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC on Monday.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, owns many businesses exposed to climate change risks, from utilities to insurance companies. Here is how the billionaire investor thinks about investing in the era of global warming and extreme weather.
RBC Capital Markets says delivery issues and lackluster demand will plague Tesla earnings; analyst Joseph Spak cuts his stock forecast 14 percent.
When will Brexit happen? Here are the next important dates in the U.K.'s process of withdrawing from the EU.
CNBC reporter Kate Fazzini got fed up with her car, a reliable beater that had seen better days, and decided to buy a car on the internet.