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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Ted Poe reintroduced a controversial bill that allows governors to bar refugees from entering their state, The Hill reports.
The CEO of electric automaker Tesla Motors tweeted that he thinks Tillerson "has the potential to be an excellent Sec of State."
"Find my AirPods" will help address a big criticism of the $159 wireless earbuds.
Alcoa reported higher-than-expected revenue in its first quarterly results after the metals company split into two in November
Wells Fargo & Co will eliminate its policy of notifying branches a day in advance before they are visited by internal inspectors
Andi Owen, global brand president of the wear-to-work brand, will exit the company in late February.
The squabble over inauguration crowd size could foreshadow further conflict with the Trump administration, NBC News reports.
McDonald's is marking the rollout of its revamped Big Mac sandwiches by giving away 10,000 bottles of Big Mac Special Sauce. USA Today reports.
The specialty metals manufacturer reported earnings per share of 9 cents per share, widely beating estimates.
"Mr. President: if you really want to put America first, label China a currency manipulator," the senator told reporters.
Jim Paulsen, investment strategist for Wells Capital Management, shares with CNBC about market resiliency under the Trump administration.
It's time for the federal government to stop wasting money on "bridges to nowhere," says Prof. Edward L. Glaeser.
A top Chinese foreign ministry official suggested U.S. should butt out of China's relations with neighbors, NBC News reports.
President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing.
Ajit Pai is widely expected to roll back regulations and let the companies decide what to charge.
Flint's public health emergency began when officials failed to properly treat lead lines for corrosion.
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