Would Stocks "Crash" If Trump Were Impeached?President Donald Trump thinks the stock market would "crash" if he were impeached and "everybody would be very poor." Wall Street analysts beg to differ.
Stocks Mixed Amid Concerns Over Trump's Legal Woes"The selloff today ... is a flare which could morph into a fire should revelations today meaningfully shake confidence in the president's ability to govern."
Walmart Sees Sales Rise At Stores, OnlineWalmart said sales were strong across many categories but the grocery business was notable with sales rising the most in nine years.
Elon Musk Proposes Taking Tesla Private And Sends Shares SoaringTesla CEO Elon Musk said Tuesday he is considering taking the company private, shocking investors and analysts who follow the maverick electric car-maker.
Facebook Stock Suffers Largest One-Day Drop In History, Shedding $119 BillionFacebook lost about $119 billion of its value on Thursday, marking the biggest one-day loss in U.S. market history. 
Stocks Plunge As Italy Turmoil Sparks Fresh Euro Fears U.S. stocks tumbled on Tuesday as political turbulence in Italy sparked concerns the recently elected populist government could push the country toward an exit of the eurozone, a prospect some are calling "Quitaly."
Chipotle Stock Soars On Strong Earnings And CEO's New PlansChipotle hiked its prices, opened new restaurants, and its new CEO is out making promises of a bright future. And investors are loving it.
Dow Plunges 500 PointsThe Dow was down 500 points in midday trading after opening with a 130-point gain. At its worst point of the day, the Dow was down more than 600 points.
Facebook's Stock Drops After Zuckerberg ApologizesMark Zuckerberg's apology didn't stop the bleeding on Wall Street.
Analysts: Dow Plunge Not Cause For Panic, YetWhen trading ended Monday, the Dow Jones had dropped more than 1,100 points. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
After the Bell: Stocks Post Record ClosesStocks closed higher on Thursday, with all three of the major indices posting record closes, as investors sifted through encouraging economic data ahead of Friday's key jobs report.