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"No. No ... next question," Trump said when asked if he had, in any way, tried to influence the probe.
When ex-FBI Director James Comey publicly confirmed the investigation in March, he called it a counterintelligence investigation.
Jim Cramer shared his top stock picks that can survive turmoil in the White House.
Equities traded higher Thursday after having their worst day of the year Wednesday, but they are going to stay range-bound, Keith Bliss said.
In an interview Thursday with CNBC, Moynihan said some of the measures being contemplated now to loosen up the financial system make sense.
There's no better time to buy a new smartphone than right now. The selection is prime, and carrier promotions are appealing.
Elliott, the activist hedge fund led by Paul Singer, disclosed a large holding in Athenahealth, which provides electronic-health records.
Stocks could have hit significant new highs this year if not for the uncertainty from Washington, says Nuveen's Bob Doll.
The British pound dropped sharply against the U.S. dollar Thursday, as the greenback moved against other major currencies.
Google's influence is pretty staggering — On Android alone, just one of Google's products, there were 82 billion apps and games downloaded just this past year.
"I think housing is going to do well. I think industrial construction is going to do OK, independent" of Trump's plan, Gabelli says.
Vladimir Putin seemed to savor the confusion following a string of reports sending Trump's White House into chaos.
The tax reform fight is a chance for Republicans to prove they still believe in Republicanism, says Jake Novak.
The Utah Republican gave no indication of his future plans, NBC News reports.
The full interview with GAMCO Investors CEO Mario Gabelli.
The average homeowner spends more than $15,000 to sell a property. Here's what to watch out for.
Large electronic devices could soon be banned on all flights into the United States, Financial Times reports.
Goldman Sachs shares its favorite options trade ideas for the coming weeks.
Cash already has been flocking across the Atlantic this year. Investors have moved $13.7 billion to European funds.
Life is about creating memories.