He will announce a plan to overhaul the system.
If a tornado like the one that ravaged Moore in 2013 struck the Chicago area, potential damage could exceed $20 billion, reinsurer Swiss Re said.
Yahoo's stake in Alibaba stands to send shares 20 percent higher, Gene Munster says.
"Hamas is responsible, and Hamas will pay," says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Amazon.com has become so big and powerful that it could threaten to end the publishing industry, a technology attorney told CNBC.
Funds that hold municipal bonds in Puerto Rico are suing it over a newly passed law dealing with bankruptcy.
The automaker says it won't cap the total amount it will pay out because of an ignition switch defect.
A businessman is selling his small, southeastern South Dakota town for $400,000.
"Today's decision jeopardizes the health of women employed by these companies," Earnest says.
It's hard to find investors and analysts who aren't bullish on health care. But how does the prognosis look for the rest of the year?
Parent seeking advice from other parents: by six or seven o’clock, I’m fried, but my children are needier than ever. How do you cope with the end of the day when the day’s been especially tough?
Four dozen people were stuck for hours on a ride at SeaWorld San Diego on Sunday after a power failure, the amusement park said.
Here is the one big roadblock to Amazon's success, says Jake Novak.
A boom has helped produce fortunes for some in Texas, but poverty endures in shantytowns without basic services like water and sewers.
Argentina hasn't been serious about its professed willingness to negotiate over its debt, according to a hedge fund.
Orkut, Google's first social networking site, will fold on September 30 after ten years of existence. NBC News reports.
Police intend to charge a gun show vendor who accidentally shot a woman while demonstrating a concealed carry wallet holster.
A jaywalking rarely makes national news, but the arrest of Arizona professor Ersula Ore has done just that.
The French bank agrees to plead guilty to charges of violating economic sanctions.