Earlier in the session, the Dow broke above 26,000 for the first time and was up more than 250 points. » Read More
Congress now has four days to pass a spending bill to yet again avoid a government shutdown at the last minute.
Shares of H&R Block jumped nearly 1 percent Tuesday after the company announced an exclusive partnership with Walmart.
White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson is also expected to talk about the results of the 71-year-old president's physical.
General Electric's CEO says on an investor call Tuesday that he is looking at how to "reshape" the company.
MoffettNathanson lowers its rating for Verizon shares to neutral from buy, predicting investors will shift to growth oriented stocks instead.
Big investment banks are raising their price targets on oil as crude futures hit levels not seen since December 2014.
Ripple owns about $80 billion worth of digital currency could sell hundreds of millions of dollars worth a month
Here's yet another signal that Amazon is getting serious about health care.
A winter storm forces airlines to cancel more than 800 flights in Texas.
Nielsen said she doesn't "dispute the president was using tough language."
Trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw from NAFTA unless there are major changes to make it, in his eyes, a fairer deal for the U.S.
Gluskin Sheff analyst says the stock market rally "has the Fed's thumbprints written all over it."
Richard Gates was charged with money laundering, conspiracy against the U.S. and other counts as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
The e-commerce giant has risen every trading day so far this year. For two analysts, the streak isn't over yet.
Democrats will fail as they use the tired strategy of calling President Trump a racist to get what they want, says Jake Novak.
IBM could face complications because of recently passed tax reform legislation, Bernstein analysts say.
The full interview with David Rosenberg.
The company made the changes due to the growth of Page and video posts.
A good start to the year is only going to get better for J.P. Morgan Chase, according to veteran banking analyst Dick Bove.