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A report also found similar reductions in the uninsured rate in urban and rural areas under Obamacare.
Trump doesn't think he's gotten enough credit for not talking about Bill Clinton's history of sexual misconduct in Monday's debate, NBC News reports.
Les Moonves, the head of CBS, would need assurances on how owner Shari Redstone would vote her shares, Recode reports.
Innovative public and private efforts and new bank programs are giving housing in the Motor City new fuel.
Investigators say it appears that the New Jersey Transit train crash in Hoboken was accidental, but said the cause is under investigation.
Congress will hold Wells Fargo's John Stumpf accountable if laws were violated, House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling tells CNBC.
Donald Trump is still way richer than you but the gap is getting closer, according to new calculations of the presidential hopeful's net worth.
The U.S. economy grew at a modestly faster pace in the second quarter than previously estimated, the government reports.
More Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, but the number of applications remained low at 254,000.
John Stumpf returns to Capitol Hill with his job still under threat and the bank facing political pressure over a sales scandal.
Two-thirds of Americans want an independent body to oversee prescription drug pricing.
Donald Trump's campaign has asked supporters for feedback on his debate performance and the best ways to attack Hillary Clinton.
In a new NBC/Monkey Survey poll, 52 percent of likely voters declared Hillary Clinton the winner, while 21 percent said Trump won.
Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf answers questions about whether it is a good idea for him to be both CEO and chairman of the board, while testifying in front of the House Financial Services Committee.
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf answers questions about when he knew about unethical practices happening in the firm's banks, while testifying in front of the House Financial Services Committee.