Wall Street may soon pay a big price for escalating tensions in Washington.
Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium without any new bombshells.
Trump is going to consider whether or not to revoke the protection of two dozen national monuments—something no US president has ever done.
State health insurance regulators expect that the fate of key health insurance subsidies will remain in limbo past key deadlines next month.
The solar eclipse will significantly diminish solar capacity for a couple of hours, prompting the solar industry to set up a complex back-up system of other power sources, Vox reports.
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Jerry Lewis, known for his slapstick antics, a brilliant comedic partnership with Dean Martin and muscular dystrophy telethon, has died of natural causes, his publicist said. He was 91.
The computer programmer who pulled off a crazy, multi-state lottery scheme could get hit with a whopping 25-year prison sentence.
The upcoming Mayweather-McGregor fight has been super-hyped but ticket sales aren't quite matching up, says the CEO of TicketIQ.
Paying for college can be complex, and when it comes to student loans, you need to understand your options.
On August 20, 1989, brothers Lyle and Erik brutally murdered their parents, Jose and Kitty Menendez, in their Beverly Hills mansion.
Amid civil conflict, terrorist violence and regional troubles, Egypt is re-emerging as a destination for global investors.
A once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse is providing a great business opportunity for hotels and airlines, who are looking to cash in.
Here’s what you should consider stocking up on to get some of the best deals of the year.
You won't see any dragons, but you can't beat the view.
"Hitman's Bodyguard," the action comedy movie starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds, won the weekend box office. The Channing Tatum special "Logan Lucky" wasn't so lucky.
Students are heading back to college campuses, posing a challenge for how to protect their free speech — and their safety.
More than 350 members of the Yale class of 1985 argued it was Mnuchin's "moral obligation to resign" immediately.
No matter what scenario plays out for North Korea, South Korea’s currency will be under a cloud, analysts at Nomura said in a note Friday.
From GM's Mary Barra to JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon, CEOs are increasingly standing up to speak out against hate, the New York Times reports.