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Stocks traded sharply lower on Monday, as uncertainty grows after Trump team's failure to get Obamacare replacement deal done.
"I still think that Trump with Gary Cohn and a different team working to try to get this through we'll have some luck," Cramer says.
Mark Yusko sees crude falling even further — but not before ending the year near $60 a barrel.
As policymakers battle over President Trump's economic initiatives, they won't have to worry about the U.S. becoming a deadbeat — yet.
Technical analyst Katie Stockton says the market pullback represents a buying opportunity.
JPMorgan is often the Dow's worst performer on big down days, a Kensho study shows.
United Airlines reportedly removes girls for wearing leggings, and paid the price on Twitter, Recode reports.
The panel wants to ask Kushner about two meetings arranged with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak at Trump Tower in New York in December.
Taxes are certain; high liability isn’t.
The problem underscores the challenges companies continue to face with the largely automated nature of online advertising, NYT reports.
The Trump rally appears to be fading rapidly but former Washington insider Stephen Myrow says there are several reasons why it's not over yet.
Snap shares soared Monday after several Wall Street analysts initiated coverage on the stock, including a "buy" rating from Goldman Sachs.
Several Uber employees, including CEO Travis Kalanick, visited a bar known for escort services on a trip to South Korea, according to The Information.
Trump is to appoint son-in-law Jared Kushner to head a new White House innovation team to revamp federal bureaucracy.
Here's why James Altucher divested himself of all his stuff.
Trump's failed health care bill has heightened worries about his success on tax reforms and big spending packages, NBC News reports.
Changing social attitudes is the very reason the state is so alarmingly brazen in stifling its own population, Vox reports.
Only half of cardholders request their card issuers to drop annual fees, waive late charges and reduce their interest rates.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a bid by retailers to revive a $7.25 billion antitrust settlement they reached with Visa and Mastercard.