Despite gold prices bouncing off their April lows, investors continue to leave gold for equities.
After Jodi Arias was convicted of the murder of her former boyfriend, the jurors must now turn to the difficult question of whether her crime deserves the death penalty.
Prince Harry on Thursday elicited shrieks from Senate hallways as he toured a landmines exhibit with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz).
The Republicans said they were protesting what they called an inadequate response by the nominee, Gina McCarthy, to more than 1,000 written questions.
Last year, new Hispanic high school graduates became more likely than their white counterparts to go directly to college, according to a study.
Priceline.com reported quarterly earnings on Thursday that topped analysts' expectations but issued lower guidance.
The dollar crossed a key barrier Thursday, and jobless claims were also at their lowest level in five years.
Hedge fund manager Philip Falcone is now banned from serving as an investment advisor for two years in SEC deal.
The president highlighted Austin’s educational and economic successes and accused adversaries of putting politics ahead of policies that could speed up the recovery.
One mother has been waiting 17 months. The other, 25 years. Now the discovery of three women who vanished a decade ago has buoyed their hope.
The good news: Fannie Mae is profitable again. Here's the catch: it's all going into the government's pocket.
SAC deadline for Q2 investor redemptions will now be June 3, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
No gun! No mask! The US government charges eight people in one of the biggest bank heists in history.