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What Bannon's removal from security council means for the Trump administration and more on First Read from NBC News.
Republicans enacted the "nuclear option" to clear the way to confirm Neil Gorsuch as Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, NBC News reports.
An image of Putin with a full face of makeup is banned as an "extremist material" in Russia, USA today reports.
Elevate was forced to cut its IPO price by about half, indicating that investors still aren't ready to embrace subprime lenders.
Employers are hunting for flexible workers from a broad range of industries.
The NAFTA renegotiation with Mexico could be a golden opportunity for China, NBC reports.
If anything, the Chinese have been supporting their currency, the editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter said.
Iceland is deciphering the genetic codes of its citizens to learn what factors can cause a form of blood cancer.
You can have your pie and drink it too with Starbucks' new American Cherry Pie Frappuccino.
A quarter of men and 20 percent of women have the strain of HPV that causes cancer, new government statistics show. NBC News reports.
It looks like the S&P 500 and crude oil are starting to pay closer attention to each other.
More than three years after a regulatory crackdown, 23andMe is now back to offering nearly all of its direct-to-consumer genetic tests.
Airbus releases concept designs to illustrate the direction they want air travel to go.
Here are the most cost-effective cars for 2017, ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
Randi Zuckerberg has learned that in order to make money, you need to spend money. Here's her advice.
Even if they lose the filibuster battle, here's what Democrats have to gain, says Joshua Spivak.
There are only two other insurers selling Obamacare plans in Iowa this year, and one, Medica, said it hasn't decided about next year.
Industry officials have worried that Trump's travel restrictions from six majority-Muslim countries would hurt tourism, USA Today reports.
The sheer volume of current “worries” in this market seems huge by historical standards, says financial advisor Michael Farr.
Their conclusions may surprise you.