If the shutdown continues through the week, Friday will mark the second federal paycheck missed by affected federal workers.
A Cuban government minister warned the U.S. State Department that plans to allow legal action over property in the country would create a big mess for both Cuba and the United States.
The former secretary of State launches a stunning rebuke of Trump's policies, saying his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement will "cost lives."
As Beijing and Tokyo compete for infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia, experts say Japanese ventures appear to have a better reputation and local impact.
The uninsured rate has been on the rise since the last two quarters of 2016 when Donald Trump was elected president.
The global economic slowdown is "strongly welcome", Indonesia's investment chief told CNBC, as financial risks had been building up in China and beyond.
The pot industry faces a "massive inflationary bubble," and that means investors have to be careful, a CEO told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Shares of smartphone screen maker Japan Display skyrocketed on Wednesday after a report that the company is in discussions for a bailout following the disappointing sales of the iPhone XR.
Despite earning pole position in more than 30 international tournaments, 39-year-old Sergio Garcia insists that winning is not his main measure of success.
The super rich attending Davos have misgivings about Ocasio-Cortez's proposal to boost the tax rate on earnings above $10 million to 70 percent.
Saudi Arabia's long-awaited inclusion in major global benchmarks could have an immediate and dramatic impact on financial markets, according to the chief executive officer of the kingdom's Capital Markets Authority (CMA).
Human activity has pushed the world into "the Anthropocene, the age of humans."
Jim Cramer argues that China's economic weakness raises the odds for a U.S.-China trade resolution.
Pelosi wrote a letter to Trump last week urging him to either reschedule his State of the Union address or deliver it in writing to Congress.
He must pay €18.8 million ($21.6 million) but can avoid prison.
From 2009 to 2017, the percentage of workers traveling an hour or more each way jumped from 8 percent to 8.9 percent.
IBM beat expectations on results from the latest quarter and gave a stronger-than-expected forecast for 2019.
UBiome, which sells a test to help consumers monitor their gut health, cut more than 50 of its 250 positions.
Teachers overwhelmingly approved a new contract Tuesday and planned to return to the classroom after a six-day strike over funding and staffing in the nation's second-largest school district.
The 6.4 percent monthly move in existing home sales was unusually large, regardless of direction. The tally from the National Association of Realtors usually moves in the very low single digits month to month.