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The tribe opposes the president's move to advance the Dakota Access pipeline and say they'll take legal action.
Too many Americans are getting some basic facts about credit scores wrong, according to a report by Capital One.
As the president puts pressure on automakers to bring jobs back to the U.S., here are two numbers that are likely gnawing at him.
Ajit Pai is widely expected to roll back regulations and let the companies decide what to charge.
Trump has said an Obamacare replacement plan will be introduced as soon as Tom Price is confirmed as secretary of Health and Human Services.
A nomination for the Academy Awards can mean more for a movie's bottom line than winning the actual award.
Lockheed Martin's CEO said Tuesday the defense giant is "very close" to reaching a new U.S. contract for the F-35 fighter.
Trump is bullying automakers, trying to force them to build cars in the U.S. even if there isn't a business case for it, Paul Ingrassia told CNBC.
Remember the craze over Hatchimals? Well, now the company is getting sued. Here's why.
A study found that government figures may have greatly overestimated radiation exposure among people near Fukushima.
President Trump has effectively begun the process of killing one of Obamacare's greatest fantasies, says Jake Novak.
At the current sales pace, it would take only about three and a half months to exhaust the supply of homes.
At a meeting with top auto CEOs, Trump touted his proposals to cut corporate taxes and regulation.
During confirmation hearings, U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley asked Mick Mulvaney, President Trump's pick for Office of Management and Budget director, to compare photos taken from the 2009 and 2017 presidential inaugurations.
Democrats' unveiled a proposal Tuesday for spending to repair infrastructure over the next ten years, Vox reports.
Citi Research also raises its forecast for Tableau's fiscal 2018 software sales to $563 million from $550 million.
At the time, he was making $40 a week as a part-time janitor.
The ETF's gain came after the number of for-sale listings fell again in December to the lowest level since 1999.
Even though Trump has never run a Fortune 500 company, he's trying to run the country like one, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
After Spicer's years-old tweets resurfaced criticizing Dippin' Dots, the American company's CEO responded, New York Times reports.