WTI could fall even further, but natural gas looks attractive, commodities expert Dennis Gartman says.
Traders are watching to see if the S&P 500 can close above 2,000 Tuesday, as a meeting between Russia and Ukraine could be a wild card.
His political career may be over, but McDonnell's sparring on the stand proves he can go toe-to-toe.
In the coming years, Californians could have valuable seconds of warning before earthquakes such as this week's wine country temblor strike.
A rare, all white, deer was spotted in a Connecticut neighborhood. CNN affiliate WCBS has the story.
He says people should make a video of themselves writing a check to ALS and holding it up.
with the S&P piercing 2000 intraday Monday, Cramer fully expects to hear from plenty of doom-sayers.
Though few Americans realize it, South Africa owes much of its success in the fight against AIDS to a single United States program — one that is now moving elsewhere.
In the weeks before being fatally shot, Michael Brown, 18, due to be buried on Monday, showed signs of change and began to speak seriously about religion and the Bible, family members said.
Sterne Agee's Carter Worth says Apple's stock could soon take a breather after regaining its losses to form a cup-and-handle pattern.
Hang on to your party hats—NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari says S&P 2000 wasn't the end game.
The all-cash deal will give Amazon an extraordinarily popular streaming video arm—one that could actually rival Google's YouTube.
Time Warner's Turner cable division is preparing to offer buyouts targeting 500 to 600 staffers.
The Congressional Black Caucus wants someone to oversee the nation's police departments.
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Weapons sent to universities raise questions about why police need defense-grade hardware.
The number of employees at the five largest U.S. defense firms dropped 14 percent from 2008.
Bankers, traders and fund managers are practicing yoga in order to build their mental faculties and improve their focus.
The abuse-of-power case against Gov. Rick Perry sets a dangerous precedent for other governors, his defense team said in a court filing.
Todd Park, who was hired to fix the HealthCare.gov website after problems with its introduction, is said to be returning to Silicon Valley.