Sales of existing homes were weaker than expected in March, but behind the headline numbers, an even more disconcerting dynamic is playing out.
Despite the bullish speeches at the New York auto show, there's a sense of growing concern among industry leaders and analysts.
Fear that has been accompanying this record-long bull market since the beginning could drive the market to new highs.
The Republican National Committee has hired a tiny unknown firm that's run by an Army veteran and leader of a private intelligence firm for 2020 opposition research, CNBC has learned.
This week is the busiest week of earnings, and Craig Johnson and Mark Tepper say Amazon is the name to watch ahead of earnings.
Oil prices surge on reports that Washington will announce that all buyers of Iran's oil must end imports, or be subject to U.S. sanctions.
"There were no crimes by me (No Collusion, No Obstruction), so you can't impeach," the president wrote on Twitter.
At least four Republican senators had come out against his nomination, meaning he likely could not have been confirmed.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is delayed past its original April 26 launch date, the company confirmed to CNBC on Monday.
'Jeopardy' contestant James Holzhauer may be making the game show's accountants tremble as he continues to set records.
Health care's sharp drop comes as investors worry that left-leaning policy ideas like universal health coverage are gaining support.
A fifth-grade student at an exclusive private school in Washington, D.C., and a Denver man on a business trip were among the U.S. residents killed in the Sri Lanka Easter attacks, a media report and the man's employer said on Monday.
As the annual trustees report warns of impending trouble if Congress doesn't act, advocates hope lawmakers take action to both strengthen the program's finances and expand its benefits.
Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are just some of the consumer staples giants set to report earnings this week, and experts say the group's still worth considering.
Kraft Heinz's Bernardo Hees is the latest CEO to announce his exit from a food company, as the industry faces unprecedented challenges.
Today it's hard to imagine "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban, who has a net worth of $4.1 billion, being so broke. But when he moved to Dallas after college, he had only $60 to his name.
President Trump's landmark tax legislation will benefit rich households in red states more than those in blue states, a new study finds.
China's Luckin Coffee on Monday filed for an initial public offering with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
"The average investor should tread carefully around an IPO."
But Leica's ad agency says it worked with its client on the video.