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Mick Mulvaney says the Trump administration is not giving up on repealing Obamacare after a "disappointing day" in the Senate.
The North Korean projectile landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
President Donald Trump heads to Long Island on Friday to speak about gangs.
The FDA announced a plan for tobacco and nicotine regulation, which seeks to lower nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels.
Some strategists are forecasting further upside for the asset typically seen as a safe-haven play.
Starbucks is "a bit more cautious" amid broader pressure on slumping retail and restaurant sectors.
The United States is slapping Iran with new ballistic missiles sanctions as a retaliation for the country's recent rocket launch.
Oil prices extended a rally on Friday, hovering near 8-week highs on a decline in U.S. inventories.
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July's jobs report and Apple earnings are the big events for a stock market that suddenly has become a shade less confident.
California's cigarette tax hike is proving to be hazardous to Big Tobacco and retailers alike.
Equity funds took in $9.9 billion over the past week, a pattern "consistent with [an] autumn top in risk assets," said one strategist.
Traders are watching two key events that could lead to big moves for Snap.
This was not a good week for the White House for a number of reasons, Politico's Ben White says.
Venezuela is teetering on the brink of a major meltdown and a key vote on could send the country over the edge.
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Trump's plan favors the wealthy and will cost the upper-middle class, the Tax Policy Center reports.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday struck an optimistic tone on Republicans' ability to reach a tax reform deal.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker told CNBC that Qatar Airlines and other Gulf airlines receive "unfair" government subsidies.