He says he will seek new reforms if progress doesn't meet his expectations.
The Senate has confirmed immigration director Alejandro Mayorkas to be the No.
Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Responsys for $27 a share, or approximately $1.5 billion.
Documents leaked by Edward J. Snowden reveal that an Israeli prime minister and the heads of international aid organizations were among more than 1,000 subjects of surveillance in recent years.
Gávea Investimentos is upbeat on beaten-down Brazilian stocks rebounding in 2014.
Southern Colorado will soon be home to 150 new wind turbines, but not everyone is happy.
He clarifies his remark suggesting children should work to earn meals from school lunch programs.
But oilman Harold Hamm tells CNBC he doesn't expect the U.S. to be a net exporter of crude.
Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader, fell ill Friday morning and went to the hospital as a precaution, a spokesman said.
A job is a privilege, not a right. But overregulation of hiring, like the latest proposal from Elizabeth Warren, is a huge deterrent, says Carol Roth.
What happens when you give a two-year-old a camera? Henry Shakyaver comes up with cute poses, and photographer Alex Neary awkwardly mimics his poses.
Chinese investors are driving the price of the virtual currency worldwide, CNBC looks at the reasons behind China's love affair with bitcoin.
The government may not be able to pay its bills as soon as February if lawmakers do not raise the federal debt ceiling.
"Everything is normal" following a series of tests, his office says, but he won't be on the Hill on Friday.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was hospitalized as a "precaution" after feeling ill, and doctors concluded "everything is normal" after testing.
When Mexico's president signs new oil reform, it could mark a turning point for Latin America's second-largest economy.
The only way to get more Obamacare signups is to cut minimum requirements, athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush tells CNBC.
The U.S. economy grew at a solid 4.1 percent annual rate from July through September, the fastest pace since late 2011 and significantly higher than previously believed.
U.S. growth surged ahead at its fastest pace in nearly 2 years.
The former Cuban president praises the handshake seen around the world.