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The Justice Department will face off with opponents over the fate of the temporary travel ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
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President Donald Trump on Monday accused the news media of ignoring attacks by Islamist militants in Europe.
President Donald Trump made an unsupported assertion Monday that terrorist acts in Europe are going unreported.
A mobile spa and free housing are a great way to get employees in the door, but they are still not going to keep workers there long-term.
Tom Brady's missing jersey became a law enforcement matter on Monday, USA Today reports.
You may want to pay your child's care provider in cash and off the books. Here's why you shouldn't.
Trump's promises to rip up free trade agreements and start over are "dangerous" and "counterproductive," the former Treasury secretary says.
The automaker earned $1.28 per share in the fourth quarter on revenue of $43.91 billion.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee shares his views on the market and President Trump in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
First Pacific Advisors expressed disappointment with the board and offered harsh criticism with how Arconic spends its money.
Disney, General Motors and BP are on the list of companies reporting earnings Tuesday, as traders look for more clarity on Trump's agenda.
Carl Icahn said he planned to sell his shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, likely bringing an end to his troubled relationship with the city.
Keep one rule in mind about President Donald Trump's deregulation moves so far: the bigger it sounds, the smaller its actual importance.
The Senate is poised to confirm Donald Trump's nominee for Education secretary by the narrowest possible margin.
Gold is on a tear so far this year, and one portfolio manager has a way to play it.
RBC on Monday released a list of its favorite dividend plays.
The Kremlin on Tuesday shrugged off a Fox News host's refusal to apologise for comments he made about Russian President Vladimir Putin, but said his remarks reflected badly on the U.S. channel.
If bond yields and gold rise in tandem, the market may turn the opposite way; at least, that's what historic parallels suggest.
Jim Cramer explained why he is taking a different stance from many investors, and doesn't think a sell-off is in the cards.