With auto sales roaring back, the executive chairman at Ford warned on CNBC about falling back on old habits.
A worn metal bracelet inscribed with the name of a fallen 9/11 firefighter washed up 10 days ago on the shores of New York's Robert Moses State Park. As the surf rolled away from her feet, Marlene Quinn picked it up.
Sunday dinner is burrito bowls, but Sunday is also shopping and preparation day for making things easier the rest of the week.
Four children were killed early Monday in a fire on Chicago's South Side and their mother and her boyfriend were critically injured, Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford said.
The San Joaquin river is on life support. John D. Sutter looks at the extreme measures taken to keep the river flowing.
Video of a fully functional, 'faster and lighter' iPhone has leaked. 9to5Mac reports.
One of the hardest hit countries by the ongoing drought is Nicaragua, which is experiencing its worst dry spell in 32 years.
YouTube is still the big gorilla, but news feed has helped Facebook fuel its rapid growth in video. Just ask Beyonce's rep.
General Electric said it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its appliance business to Electrolux for $3.3 billion.
She says that the biggest concern they present is the so-called foreign fighter problem.
U.S. employers are planning to give raises averaging 3% next year, against 2.9% in 2014 and 2013, according to a survey of nearly 1,100 companies.
Helicopters plucked hikers from atop Yosemite's Half Dome peak and other parts of the national park after a wildfire spread rapidly.
The Obama administration is preparing to carry out a phased campaign requiring a sustained effort that could last until after President Obama has left office, according to officials.
Bucking the trend, former Pimco co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC he sees some positives in Friday's weak jobs report.
Family business owners with complex familial and financial concerns can vet advisors by asking the right questions.
Walgreen is naming Jana founder Rosenstein to its board and the activist investor will get a say in choosing at least one additional director.
Chris Gates will be the next president of transparency-in-politics group.
GM CEO Mary Barra speaks with CNBC's Phil LeBeau and discusses the automaker's recent recalls and outlines auto industry innovation.
Microsoft is showing off the results of its strategic efforts with a redesigned MSN.com. Re/code reports.
He praises Obama's new approach to the issue.