Tropical Storm Erika Update: Storm Dissipates To Tropical Cyclone As Florida Braces For Landfall; 20 Dead In Dominica
Experts warn that Floridians should still prepare for the possibility of impacts by Tropical Storm Erika, which left 20 people dead in the island nation of Dominica.
ISIS Airstrikes Update: Turkey Launches First Airstrikes Against Islamic State As Part Of US-Led Coalition
Turkey and the U.S. completed an agreement this week enabling the Middle Eastern country to begin striking at Islamic State group targets in Iraq and Syria.
Stocks continued to rally Thursday on fresh evidence that the U.S. economy bounced back in the April-June quarter.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted its third-biggest single-day point gain in history on Wednesday.
Tech Stocks Lead Rebound: Netflix Inc (NFLX), Apple Inc (AAPL), Facebook Inc (FB), Google Inc (GOOGL), Amazon.com Inc (AMZN)
Momentum stocks, including Apple, Netflix and Facebook, helped lead the S&P 500 technology sector higher.
Federal Reserve System: After 'Black Monday' Meltdown, Will The FOMC Still Raise Interest Rates In 2015?
As global markets continue to stumble this week, economists question whether the U.S. is strong enough to move away from crisis-level interest rates.
U.S. stocks rebounded Tuesday after China cut its benchmark interest rate for the fifth time in nine months in an attempt to boost slowing economic growth.
The recent financial market panic can be traced back to China's very real economic slowdown. Here's why it matters around the world.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Plummets, Global Stocks Take 'Black Monday' Plunge On 'Great Fall Of China'
The day's volatile trading session followed a global stock sell-off across European and Asian markets as investors reacted to heightened fears that China’s economy is sinking fast.
Last week's massive sell-off may be just a warmup for something far bigger and far more frightening this week.
The blue-chip index suffered its ninth-biggest point drop ever Friday, slipping into correction territory for the first time since 2011.
U.S. oil prices are headed for an eighth straight weekly decline, the longest weekly losing streak in nearly 30 years.
The blue-chip index suffered its biggest one-day percentage drop in nearly four years after China offered fresh evidence of a sharper-than-expected economic slowdown.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Plummets 358 Points, Suffers Worst Day Of The Year On Global Growth Concerns
The losses Thursday were fueled by global growth concerns after the U.S. Federal Reserve hinted that it may wait until the days and months post September to raise interest rates.
After warning investors of slow user growth three weeks ago, Twitter execs Thursday are dealing with another setback -- shares have lost nearly 17 percent of their value.
The move comes after Greece narrowly escaped an exit from the 19-member eurozone in July following months of uncertainty.
Losses in financial stocks were fueled by concerns that the Fed may wait until after September to raise interest rates.
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting last month showed central bankers need more confidence inflation is moving toward their goal.
Muted inflation could prevent the central bank from lifting rates in September.
Oil prices tumbled to six-year lows Wednesday, weighing on the energy sector ahead of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting minutes.
The sudden change in the currency's value has negative consequences for U.S. companies with significant operations in the Asian country.
Sharp losses in China's benchmark index raise concerns about Beijing's efforts to stabilize financial markets.
'Straight Outta Compton' Earns Top August Opening Ever For R-Rated Movie, Continues Universal's Summer Hot Streak
"Compton" follows “Jurassic World,” “Furious 7” and “Minions,” helping make 2015 a blockbuster year for Universal.
E'Dena Hines was pronounced dead Sunday after police responded to a call of a stabbing in New York City just before 3 a.m.
Donald Trump Immigration Reform 2015: Billionaire Unveils 3 Principles To ‘Make America Great Again’
"We have to make a whole new set of standards. And when people come in, they have to come in legally."
Syrian Refugee Crisis 2015: United Nations Aid Chief Stephen O'Brien Visits Damascus Amid ISIS Advances
The U.N. official's visit to Syria came as the Islamic State group released a video showing two supposedly gay men being thrown off a roof to their deaths.
Wall Street managed to stage a comeback this week after the Dow experienced multiple bouts of volatility after China devalued the yuan.
The bailout bill will face a vote in the German Bundestag (parliament) next week.
Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Trade Mildly Higher Amid Inflation And Consumer Sentiment Data
Investors are searching for further clues as to when the Federal Reserve plans on raising interest rates this year.
U.S. crude hit a nearly five-month low Thursday, sending Chevron down more than 1 percent in the blue-chip index.