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House majority leader Kevin McCarthy, Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady and others are scheduled to hold a news conference on The American Health Care Act.
The numbers come amid heightened expectations for growth as the president pushes tax cuts, less regulation and higher domestic spending.
Strong hiring and healthy wage gains put the Fed on course to hike rates next Wednesday.
Trump has tweeted more than 260 times since Inauguration Day, NBC News reports.
Unnerved by North Korea's military threat, the U.S. and China are likely to clash as they search for a solution in how to deal with Pyongyang; analyst.
Jittery investors wondering what's next for the aging bull, USA Today reports.
President Donald Trump promised in a meeting with community bankers to strip away some Dodd-Frank financial regulations.
It's official: Americans are now drinking more bottled water than soda.
In an email, Apol said Passantino called to "reassure" the ethics office that he would "be taking appropriate action to address her conduct."
Merrill Lynch's decision came after Trump ordered the Labor Department last month to delay the proposed retirement-savings rule.
President Donald Trump was not aware that his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, had worked to further the interests of the government of Turkey before appointing him, the White House says.
Spanish energy company Repsol says an oil reserve of 1.2 billion barrels has been identified in Alaska's North Slope.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a second child, a daughter, the billionaire internet mogul said on Thursday.
A World Bank tribunal's order for Venezuela to pay $1.4 billion in damages to Exxon Mobil Corp over nationalizations has been annulled, a lawyer for the Venezuelan government said on Thursday.
A ship loaded with sugar was stranded in port on the east coast of Mexico because of the break down in stop-gap measures with the USA.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday repeated his opposition to a U.S. proposal for an import tax.
Jesse Genet is 2 and has already built a company with seven-figure sales without taking VC investment. But men still question her ambition, she writes.
The lack of sellers and marginal buyers have moved the market higher, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen says.
Viacom is searching for a new chief for Paramount with CEO Bob Bakish implying a decision "should come together in the very near future."
Sales at the chain were fueled by new store growth and a 16.6 percent increase at its existing locations and website.
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