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.
The FBI says some of the artifacts collected by a 91-year-old man in Indiana may have been acquired improperly.
Regulators are likely to focus on how the Comcast-Time Warner merger will affect the Internet market, NYT reports.
The owner of KFC is testing a new concept chicken restaurant with more premium items, AdAge reports.
Donna Brazile says billionaires like Sheldon Adelson spend their money to get the kinds of politicians who help them succeed in their business dealings. But is that good for America?
Two money managers share their strongest stock plays, with one focusing on dividends rather than rapid growth.
The newspaper says two staffers were unlawfully detained after taking photos of a tank plant.
A street party turned into a violent melee that injured six police officers in a California beach community Saturday night.
Perhaps the most perplexing food-delivery decision is the final one: How much to tip?
Despite profits soaring to levels not seen in years, airline service was a mixed bag in 2013, a new report said.
A Colorado woman arrived to work a bit late after a large goose smashed through her windshield in a freak accident.
The death toll from the massive mudslide that struck the Washington town of Oso has risen to 33.
Tax season brings the biggest one-time influx of money many Americans see all year, but it also attracts unscrupulous preparers.
Addressing concern government regulation, George Kikvadze of bitcoin mining company BitFury said he welcomes it.