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EPA chief Scott Pruitt blames regulations for the coal's industry's decline and downplays market forces.
In a narrow vote of 50-49, lawmakers undid Obama-era Labor Department rules that assist municipal-run retirement plans.
Press secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily White House press briefing.
Kimberly Greenberger discusses the future of retail, department stores and Trump in a CNBC PRO Talks conversation with Mike Santoli.
Two senior White House officials said Thursday that Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh — Reince Priebus's top lieutenant for years — is leaving her job.
"Noted idiot John McCain denounced as an infantile lunatic angrily soiling himself after slandering august personages of DPRK," the state-run news service tweeted, USA Today reports.
Here's how the backlash against the "fight for $15" movement is derailing its momentum, says Michael Saltsman.
Trump's job approval stands at just 42 percent, according to a new NBC News|SurveyMonkey Poll.
Structural market developments help explain the underperformance of small cap active strategies since the financial crisis.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com founder and CEO, is now the second-richest person on the planet, besting Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway.
Anyone can make time for this quick morning routine, argues the bestselling author.
The leaders of the Senate panel said they cannot yet conclude whether President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russia.
Former Bear Stearns boss Cayne is suing bond heiress Lebenthal for not fully paying him back a $1 million loan.
The White House did not clarify if Trump planned to support primary opponents to Freedom Caucus members.
"Today in Europe we see the rebirth of nationalism, but in the rest of the world it is the rebirth of empires," says Bernard-Henri Levy.
Republicans have been unable to get their House caucus to agree on an Obamacare replacement that can win enough votes to go to the Senate.
Wells Fargo has been trying to put its cross-selling scandal behind it since the matter was brought to light last year.
Being highly persuasive can pay off.
"I hope the market goes down," admits Miller Tabak equity strategist Matt Maley. Here's why.