Ford is recalling nearly 435,000 cars to fix rusting frame parts or faulty seats.
Technician Carter Worth says it will get even worse for growth stocks.
Microsoft has built a new television studio, and plans to roll out six series this June, said a report in Bloomberg.
USA Today's Jon Swartz tells CNBC why the best phones on the market aren't selling.
The spot skewers him over remarks concerning his philosophy on government assistance.
Ten people are still listed as missing since the March 22 landslide in Oso, Wash., north of Seattle.
With a 59-38 vote, the chamber sends the bill on to an uncertain future in the House.
The justices pass on the chance to dive into the legality of NSA surveillance.
The first fully electric auto racing championship soon gets underway, as Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag tells CNBC.
Two-thirds of the nearly two million people deported since President Obama took office had committed only minor infractions or had no criminal record, a New York Times analysis has found.
Denny McLain is a recognizable name to almost any baseball fan. But even his best friends wouldn't recognize him today.
Though there's no guarantee, the cross has formed four times and three of those saw substantial equity selloffs.
2013 tax returns must be filed by April 15. With a little more than a week to go, here are seven last-minute tips to file your taxes.
This week, Wall Street is hoping to sell no less than 16 initial public offerings - an exceptionally high number.
A firm sells an e-cigarette product for marijuana and is expanding into products that don't involve pot at all.
A Detroit woman has been sentenced to at least 23 years in prison for fatally stabbing her 8-year-old daughter just weeks after a court referee refused to have the girl removed from her care.
The Navy is remembering a sailor from Maryland who was fatally shot aboard a destroyer as a hero who saved the lives of others.
You'd think a corporate patent infringement battle would be boring—and you'd usually be right.
Most of the growth in home sales is in the higher end, where buyers have higher credit scores and down payments.
CNBC's Jim Cramer identifies the headwinds facing the stock market.