Art Cashin of UBS tells CNBC that stocks were falling sharply in early trading because of an "ugly buffet" of news.
Although this week's winter storm was less serious than predicted, the economic losses might be more severe.
The pilot of a single engine aircraft that ran out of fuel is safe after ditching his aircraft more than 200 miles northeast of Maui, Hawaii.
A man identified as Terence Walker is seen in a police body-camera video bolting from a Muskogee, Oklahoma, officer who felt a weapon after a pat down.
The former Negro League upstart turned Cubs legend turned favorite son of Chicago died Friday in the Illinois city, family attorney Mark Bogen said. Banks was 83.
Nelson Peltz's hedge fund cut its Family Dollar Stores stake by 66 percent, according to an SEC filing.
Two small planes ran out of fuel and crash-landed into the Pacific Ocean off Hawaii on the same day, with one briefly nose-diving before leveling out and drifting down to the water beneath a massive parachute.
A look at the congressional franking privilege, a survival from Colonial days, updated for the Internet era.
Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn tells CNBC why oil could go even lower.
U.S. consumer confidence shot up in January to the highest level since August 2007.
The former CBS News correspondent will testify on the second day of Lynch's hearing for attorney general.
If there's ever been an a earnings announcement when earnings themselves aren't important, it's Yahoo's fourth quarter.
Nine black men arrested for integrating a whites-only South Carolina lunch counter 54 years ago may be heroes in the historic record, but in the record of the law they are still convicted trespassers.
A man opened fire on police attending a swearing-in ceremony for new officers in New Hope, Minnesota, on Monday night.
Twice-convicted murderer Warren Lee Hill is set to be executed in Georgia on Tuesday night, despite pleas from human rights groups and legal representatives who say his intellectual disability should make him ineligible for the death penalty.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says markets will be "stupid" following the disappointing earnings reports released Tuesday.
Unemployment rates fell in 42 U.S. states last month, the latest sign that strong hiring is boosting job opportunities nationwide.
After gaining no new ground in December or January, this bull market has officially stalled. That may change this week.
Caterpillar's Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC the Fed should put off raising interest rates given the "fragile economy."