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Years of focusing on financial assets will give way to growth-oriented policies, more focus on domestic agendas and increasing volatility.
Authorities urged thousands of people in Northern California to evacuate homes as rivers swollen by four days of heavy rain threatened to crest above flood level.
Briefing materials prepared for President-elect Trump included information that initially circulated among Trump opponents, NBC News reports.
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Russia denied unverified reports Wednesday that it has compromising information about Donald Trump, dismissing the claims as a "total hoax."
President-elect Trump's policies will help the U.S. economy, but they won't be enough to save stocks long term, Faber said.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas chose Los Angeles as the home of a museum that will showcase his life's work.
Ford confirmed that it would be less profitable in 2017 than last year, even as rival General Motors gave a much more upbeat forecast.
On Twitter, he calls the reports "unfair" and says "Russia has never tried to use leverage over me."
The "Late Night" host asked Conway about reports that briefing materials prepared for Trump and Obama included damaging allegations.
Professionals are proceeding with caution as uncertainty swirls around Trump's ideas on estate plans.
Masayoshi Son has pledged to create jobs, but a group of former Deutsche Bank executives is looking beyond just tech start-ups for investing the fund.
The S&P 500 slid on Tuesday, but most investors probably didn't notice — given that it fell just four thousandths of a point.
President Obama said farewell to a nation he helped transform during his eight years in the White House, NBC News reports.
President-elect Donald Trump's pick for secretary of state faces tough questioning at his confirmation hearing over his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Tesla Motors has hired a key Apple software engineer to oversee its Autopilot self-driving software efforts, Tesla said in a blog post Tuesday.
Wells Fargo is completely restructuring how it pays tellers and other bank branch employees after a scandal over its aggressive sales practices.
The U.S. economy is unlikely to get its AAA rating back in 2017, Standard and Poor’s chief sovereign rating officer told CNBC Wednesday.
The U.S. military may monitor a North Korean ballistic missile test rather than destroy it, the Defense Secretary said on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton, making a rare public appearance after her presidential election loss, offered an impassioned tribute to the power of diplomacy on Tuesday evening.
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Seven House members have formed a bipartisan caucus focusing on AI to study the effects of automation.
Trump's budget needs 3 percent growth to work. But the labor force is shrinking, and his policies ignore the problem.
Some of the smallest cars have the highest driver fatality rates, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports.
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Contrary to low expectations, Sears losses came out lower than expected