House Republicans are going forward with plans to sue President Barack Obama and will base their legal case on the sweeping health care law he championed and they despise.
As gangland vendettas rage in Chicago, leaders appeal for federal resources.
Speaker John A. Boehner said his lawsuit against the president would focus on changes to the health care law that should have been left to Congress.
Millions of Americans have gained health insurance since Obamacare went into effect.
Wells Fargo likely to report the strongest earnings among its peers, said FBR's Paul Miller.
The Texas Republican files a resolution that instructs John Boehner to issue a warrant.
Iraq cache doesn't pose "a significant safety, security or nuclear proliferation risk."
Darlena Cuhna joins Don Lemon to reveal the life circumstances that led her to drive a Mercedes to pick up food vouchers.
CNBC looks at how culture, the environment and health has changed since its first broadcast in 1989.
One analyst said it's not time yet to buy the dip, but another pro sees opportunity.
Darden Restaurants Incwon the dismissal of a New York lawsuit accusing it of illegally adding an automatic 18 percent tip to diners' bills.
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon over children's in-app purchases.
Full Sail Brewing is suing a law firm that specializes in DUI cases for trademark infringement.
Are overseas financial woes about to take down stocks?
In dollars and cents, the biggest winners of the World Cup are media companies—both traditional and social.
"To me, this is traditional national security espionage through different means," an analyst says.
The White House says Obama condemned the rockets and said Israel has the right to self-defense.
The Fed vice chair said breaking up the largest U.S. banks would not necessarily help stabilize the financial system.
Unemployment claims dropped by 11,000 as the labor market continued to improve.