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Attorney General Jeff Sessions is touring the US-Mexico border in Nogales, Arizona where he is speaking with law enforcement.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch added Hess to the firm's US1 best ideas list.
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As one benchmark European stock market makes new highs, technical analyst Ari Wald senses a prime opportunity — in the United States.
Vladimir Putin went further, comparing America's accusations of a chemical attack in Syria to its justification of the Iraq invasion, NBC reports.
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The Latino business community is proliferating, growing a whopping 300 percent faster than the national average over the last decade.
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Facebook-owned Instagram said users can now send disappearing photos and videos.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, warned that artificial intelligence software could become the "masters of the universe."
Bear markets, history shows, are started by two things; rising interest rates and the onset of war, says Ron Insana
United Airlines and CEO Oscar Munoz made some huge mistakes in their attempt at damage control after a passenger was involuntarily dragged off of a flight, says strategist Mark Macias.
United Airlines is scrambling to respond to intense and far-reaching scrutiny after the airline bumped an unwilling passenger, whom authorities forcibly dragged down the aisle, off the flight on Sunday evening.