The Republican National Committee brought in nearly $20 million in the first half of the October and is buying more ad time in Wisconsin, RNC chairman Reince Priebus said Thursday.
Police in Arlington County, Virginia said Thursday they will start a criminal investigation of "election offense allegations" involving the son of Democratic Rep. Jim Moran.
Romney, let's not quickly indict Ahmadinejad, says William Burke-White, a professor of law and deputy dean at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Don't rush to join Benghazi blame game, says Tara Maller, a research fellow at the New America Foundation and a former CIA military analyst.
Both parties have a huge race problem, says CNN contributor LZ Granderson.
First-time claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, but the broader trend remains choppy, making it difficult to get a clear reading on the job market in October.
Foreclosures fell in nearly two-thirds of the nation's largest metro areas during the third quarter, according to RealtyTrac Thursday.
The Justice Department is seeking $1 billion from Bank of America, alleging the bank committed fraud by selling defective mortgages from a program it says was known within the bank as "the Hustle." Those mortgages were purchased by government-backed mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, resulting in over $1 billion in losses for taxpayers and countless foreclosures, according to the complaint announced Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
As Congress dithers on resolving the fiscal cliff and long-term debt, 87 CEOs of major companies publicly urged lawmakers to compromise -- and fast.
U.S. stocks closed with slim gains Thursday, as investors weighed better-than-expected economic data against concerns about corporate earnings.
Apple's earnings were mixed for its fourth fiscal quarter, but the company is looking ahead to a record-shattering holiday season.
Best Buy's stock plummeted, one day after the retailer unveiled a management shakeup and reduced its profit expectations for the third quarter. Best Buy's stock dropped 10% Thursday.
Yahoo has acquired its first company under the leadership of new CEO Marissa Mayer: Stamped, a New York startup backed by a roster of celebrity investors, including Ryan Seacrest and Justin Bieber.
Windows has been Microsoft's most reliable cash cow for nearly three decades. The software giant is gambling all of that success on what it deems to be the company's future: a radically redesigned Windows 8.
Credit agency Standard & Poor's has cut its ratings on BNP Paribas and two other major French banks, citing the rising economic risks that they face.
Singapore Airlines will stop flying the world's longest route next year as the company phases out the aircraft used to make the journey.
FEATURES, ANALYSIS AND COMMENTARY
If someone's going to pass you up on a celebrity earnings list it might as well be a friend - even in the afterlife. Michael Jackson's estate previously topped Forbes' list of top-earning dead stars, but this year it's his old pal Elizabeth Taylor who takes the crown. The website reports that Taylor earned $210 million in the past year, handily unseating Jackson, whose estate saw $145 million in earnings in the same time period.
Disney producer 'misspoke': 'First Latina princess' isn't Latina
Among the many things you've probably heard about "Cloud Atlas," one tidbit you've likely picked up on is that the expansive film tackles the idea of reincarnation. Halle Berry, for instance, is one of many actors who plays multiple roles - with the help of an enthusiastic makeup team - in order to convey that point. It turns out that it's a concept Berry, 46, can get behind. "I think it's huge and something I believe in; the idea of reincarnation," she told CNN at the Los Angeles premiere of the film on Wednesday.