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An earlier Congressional Budget Office report estimated that 24 million more people would become uninsured under the Republican bill.
John McCain cast a surprise vote against revoking a rule to limit methane leaks in the oil and gas industry, helping to kill the measure.
It seems McDonald's foray into fresh, never frozen beef hasn't hurt Wendy's.
Todd Juenger estimates tens of millions of consumers don't want sports content, and streaming TV may allow them to skip the sports network.
"Was he fired? You're kidding," Sergey Lavrov said in a deadpan at the State Department.
Twitter co-founder Ev Williams chose a palindrome for the amount raised in his new venture fund.
Sales of $100 million homes hit a record last year, although a growing number are piling up unsold in 2017, according to a new report.
Former Obama Treasury Secretary Jack Lew calls the House Republican health-care bill "reverse Robin Hood."
China Daily, a state-controlled media organization, began releasing videos in the form of a child's bedtime story, N.Y. Times reports.
Getting millennials to invest isn't easy, so Wall Street is targeting potential investors in new ways, USA Today reports.
Another cautionary tale for would-be Amazon partners.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that Windows 10 is being used on 500 million devices every month.
Deutsche Bank lowered its rating for Viacom to sell from hold, on the risk cable companies may drop its networks on popular packages.
Time to clean up News Feed again.
Democrats have called for a special prosecutor in the Russia investigation after Comey's firing.
President Trump's argument is "absurd," Robby Mook tells CNBC.
The actor doesn't leave the house without ready money.
The formula assumes you start with nothing.
The Obama Treasury secretary says he believes Trump made the final decision to fire the FBI director.