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E-cig consumption is on track to pass regular cigarettes in a decade, but for now, rules on where you can smoke are often unclear.
Haiti's former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier was mourned by hundreds at his funeral on Saturday.
Larry Kudlow agrees with Warren Buffett that a volatile market is an opportunity in disguise.
The answer to a critter invasion might be right in your closet, or under the bed.
After the death of a husband, many widows find breaking up with an advisor is relatively easy to do.
You may be better off renting, or sharing, big-ticket items from boats and cars to power tools.
Cramer thinks we all deserve a break, and is looking for signals in the market to create an end to the selling.
The "Fast Money" traders explain their plans for tackling the volatile market.
Actor William Shatner told CNBC fundamentals in the U.S. are good and boardroom battles are boring.
In order for things to really improve next week, Cramer thinks several situations bear watching over the weekend.
Britain and the US will stage the first transatlantic simulation of a crisis in a large bank on Monday. The FT reports.
"We're aware of an issue affecting Instagram, and working on a fix. Thanks for your patience," the company tweeted on Friday.
Sears said its Kmart stores were hit with a data breach that compromised some shoppers' credit card information.
He may have been a reluctant witness, but former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke delivered powerful testimony during the 10th day of the AIG trial.
Bulls are banking on a shift in focus next week to earnings, from the global economy, with U.S. banks and tech companies reporting Q3 results.
Standard & Poor's cut its outlook for France to negative from stable on Friday.
The requests will effectively extend the waiting period imposed under the anti-trust act.
Snapchat blamed third-party software apps for possible security lapses that may have led to its users' private photos being at risk of online.
A patent spat over noise cancelling headphones between Bose and Beats Electronics ended with the two sides settling the case out of court.
Here's where Wells Fargo Advisors' Scott Wren would put money to work, and what sectors he'd stay away from.