Families eagerly greeted crewmembers as the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu made a Christmas Eve homecoming to Naval Base San Diego after a six-month deployment in the western Pacific.
The attorney for a suburban St. Louis police officer who shot and killed an 18-year-old says his client is lucky to be alive.
Federal prosecutors are opposing a request by lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) to delay his trial until September.
Ava DuVernay’s film “Selma” follows civil rights demonstrators in March 1965 across an Alabama bridge and into a new era for black Americans, with progress made and promises unkept.
Officials initially believed that Bradley Stone, who they say killed his wife and five members of her family, had died of self-inflicted stab wounds.
Among other mid-cap companies, JetBlue, Pilgrim's Pride and Mohawk Industries may cash in on economic trends, a fund manger said.
As the Santa rally lifts stocks higher, Wall Street's expectations for 2015 gains have gotten slimmer.
Experts Nelson and Costa said in an interview with CNBC that stock picking is the way to go for investors next year.
Investors this holiday season have been busily building what some say could be the biggest short position ever in Treasury futures.
A judge has ruled that the VA was justified in firing the former director of its Phoenix office.
A police shooting case in the historic civil rights city of Selma adds a different layer to the national debate.
Facebook must face a lawsuit accusing it of violating its users' privacy by scanning messages they send for advertising purposes.
Wal-Mart will begin testing on its new gift card exchange program on Christmas Day.
The impact of declining oil prices on the U.S. and global economy, with Kevin Caron, Stifel Private Client Group; Jim Pethokoukis, The American Enterprise Institute; Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter and CNBC's Kate Kelly.
The recent cyberattack on Sony represents a seminal moment in the advancement of hacking, George Kurtz said.
Sony said it continues to "secure more platforms and more theaters so that this movie reaches the largest possible audience."
Sony will release its controversial film "The Interview" online Wednesday, with $5.99 rentals available from a variety of sites.
If you think consumers aren't focused on being socially responsible in their shopping, you'd be wrong.