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Here's how things could change for low, middle and high-income earners, from itemized deductions to estate taxes, in the new administration.
Conway defended Sean Spicer's remarks that Trump's inauguration crowd was the largest ever, despite their inaccuracy.
An estimated 3 million people have marched worldwide, including in London, Berlin and Tokyo, NBC News reports.
The newly minted Trump administration press secretary minced no words, blasting reporters for distorted coverage.
The president has drawn criticism for his self-referential remarks before the wall of 11 stars, NBC News reports.
Two economy veterans explain to CNBC the impact Trump's policy changes will have on individual consumers.
Last year's spending on the NFL championship topped $15.5 billion. Americans will likely spend as much if not more on this year's big game.
Mizuhuo says Netflix will make more than 1,000 hours of original content this year, up from 600 hours in 2016.
Trump will preside over a ‘fiscal bloodbath,’ not a new era of prosperity: Reagan OMB director Stockman told CNBC.
On Sunday, President Trump issued a statement on Twitter responding to Saturday's widespread demonstrations.
The meeting will be an opportunity for May to discuss what has long been termed the "special relationship" between the two nations.
The actress wrote about her use of a machine learning technique known as "style transfer" in the short film Come Swim, The Verge reported.
The fund, backed by China's cabinet, is designed to help turn China into a major player in internet technology.
Twitter users who unfollowed the account run by Barack Obama were surprised to find involuntarily re-upped for President Trump's.
Patrick Spence, the new CEO of Sonos, wants the company's speakers to play nice with every major device, The Verge reported.
Stocks may have struggled in the past two weeks, but one top strategist predicts the rally will regain momentum.
The new president went to support an agency with which he's publicly sparred.
The charitable organization founded by former President Bill Clinton in 1997 is facing big questions about its role in the Trump age.
India recorded 27,581 railway deaths in 2014, the most recent year for which figures are available.