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Tourists were warned to stay off Hawaii's Waikiki Beach after officials said 500,000 gallons of sewage spilled during heavy rains.
Dow futures rose as much as 500 points in premarket trading, implying a 366 point bounce at the open and shrugging off deeper selling in China.
Auto sales are booming. And yet, many buyers are less than pleased with their new vehicles, according to a new national customer satisfaction survey.
The New York Stock Exchange invoked a seldom used mechanism known as Rule 48 to pre-empt panic selling at the stock market open on Monday.
A new drone from a Sony partnership takes off and flies very capably in a video posted over the weekend.
Twenty years ago today, Microsoft launched a new version of its desktop operating system — Windows 95, of course.
The next few days are crucial for hundreds of thousands of customers at risk of losing financial aid when they renew coverage for 2016.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains the difference between a market crash and a market correction and what it means for your portfolio.
From the crash that sparked the Great Depression to Black Monday, these are the worst days in the history of the stock market.
Teens are shopping like their parents during the back-to-school season, and that's putting a lot of pressure on retailers to marketing strategies.
Like your burger medium-rare? A new report on bacterial contamination in ground beef by Consumer Reports might move you to the well-done camp.
Wall Street was in free fall on Monday morning — but dozens of Twitter users were flying high on sarcastic jokes and one-liners.
The 80-million-strong generation born between 1980 and 2000 doesn't have much faith in the stock market. Experts say that will hurt them as they age.
It's another rough day for overseas markets, and all signs suggest it the losses will bleed over to the U.S.
"Gray Charges," sneaky, recurring fees that worm their way onto your credit card bill, can be eliminated. Here's how.
A look at a few of the worrisome developments weighing on the stock market, and why you may not want to panic, yet.