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President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to rescind key parts of Barack Obama's efforts to fight climate change.
The president's rollback of a rule to cut planet-warming emissions from power plants will be lengthy process and face legal obstacles.
Charles Murphy's Fairfield Greenwich fund had invested $7 billion with Madoff before it became known that Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme.
President Donald Trump will reportedly try to pass tax reform and infrastructure spending at the same time. Here's how Wall Street is getting ready.
The index, which measures all nine U.S. census divisions, found that home prices rose 5.9 percent year over year in January.
The U.S. workforce is about to undergo "unprecedented job destruction" as computers and robots get smarter, Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Equities face a "quite high" risk of correction but it won't derail the bull market, says Goldman Sachs' chief global equities strategist.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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The recall affects 933,272 pounds of breaded chicken, which were produced on dates from Dec. 19, 2016, through March 7, 2017, according to USA Today
Europe could be on track to encounter a shock wave up to five times as turbulent as the start of the euro zone debt crisis if Le Pen wins; UBS.
The U.S. goods trade deficit narrowed sharply in February, which could prompt economists to raise their estimates for first-quarter gross domestic product.
Despite Trump's low approval rating, he still has time to turn it around, NBC News reports in First Read.
China's government is looking to its burgeoning space sector to rival US companies, like Elon Musk's Space X, to boost prestige.
As college costs rise, families are more stressed than ever about paying the tuition tab.
Hilltop Securities chief strategist Mark Grant says Obamacare is going to crater.
Stocks may be slipping, but investors shouldn't ditch their holdings just yet, according to one chart-minded analyst.
Almost 200,000 people have fatally overdosed on opioids in the past 15 years, with more than 30,000 people dying in 2015 alone.
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