The attorney general nominee will concede that the president can't grant blanket "amnesty."
"In the South, or in the Midwest, there in Iowa, you would not have people who would just throw the F-bomb," he says.
You'll get your Apple Watch a little bit later than expected.
A jury has convicted two ex-Vanderbilt football players of raping a former student inside a dorm room.
A former California Highway Patrol officer has been sentenced to three years' probation for sharing explicit photos from the cellphones of two women while they were under arrest.
Its impact didn't reach the epic levels many government officials had warned of, but the first blizzard of 2015 is keeping much of the U.S. Northeast shut down -- at least for the day.
Wine is for drinking! Not for companies to complain. Jim Cramer advises sticking with domestic winners.
Apple's breath-taking results should be a welcome relief to investors.
Yahoo's 384 million shares of Alibaba, valued at $40 billion, will be wrapped into an independent entity, SpinCo.
Nancy Pelosi and Chris Van Hollen were key opponents of a tax on 529 plans.
Blowout iPhone sales bolster the bull case for shares of Apple, analysts told CNBC.
A White House official called the proposal to tax 529 college savings plans a "distraction."
The company blew past even the most optimistic of Wall Street estimates for both revenue and earnings.
He discusses a possible run by Hillary with Rachael Ray.
Boston Common is buried in white. Manhattan is a breathing a sigh of relief. Parts of the New England coastline are being whipped by near hurricane-force winds and waves.
Google is expanding its high-speed fiber-optic network to four new metropolitan areas in the United States.
Headlines after the bell Tuesday: AT&T, Apple, Yahoo & more.
TASS was the organization that worked with Russian spies who were nabbed by the FBI this week.
The felony abuse-of-power case against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry will proceed after a judge has refused to throw it out.