Ringling Bros. will end its use of elephants in circus shows by 2018.
China lowered its growth predictions for the year, and Europe is getting a crutch from the European Central Bank. Christine Romans explains the tricky global waters the U.S. has to navigate.
A key part of the Affordable Care Act is the subject of a case before the Supreme Court. CNN's Jeffrey Toobin reports on what happened in the courtroom.
Blackberry CEO John Chen tells Richard Quest that the company took customers' advice and upgraded everything for its new phone.
The bull market is more than 2,100 days old. That makes it the fourth longest in history. Christine Romans explains why this bull may keep running, but likely won't finish in first place.
Ads were being run before jihadi and ISIS-themed videos on YouTube, with advertisers unaware.
Tickets for the Grateful Dead's sold out reunion show in Chicago are selling for big bucks on StubHub.
The New York Times reports that Hillary Clinton used a personal email account during her four years on the job as secretary of state.
Fifteen years after the dot-com bubble high, the Nasdaq is back. Christine Romans breaks down the long recovery.