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Trump administration to brief Congress on North Korea policy on Wednesday and lawmakers are expecting a clear strategy for dealing with the hermit nation.
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CNBC reached out to 20 agencies to inquire about the status of the regulatory reform appointment and the progress of the corresponding task force.
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Consumer packaged goods conglomerate Procter & Gamble reported third-quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
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Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross vows more trade actions and new rounds of free-trade talks as well as reviews of existing deals, with Canada already feeling heat and its prime minister calling the White House.
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The White House has backed off its push for funding for a wall on the Southern border in a bill to keep the government open.
Wall Street speaking engagement follows $65m book deal for ex-president and first lady.