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The White House's budget proposal cuts safety net programs and contradict Trump's promises to voters, NBC reports.
Relations between the U.K. and U.S. have been strained after details about the Manchester bombing reached U.S. news outlets.
T-Mobile says it will pay the remaining balance of a Verizon Wireless phone if a customer switches.
President Donald Trump previously asked for a probe into the impact of foreign-made steel imports on U.S. national security.
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Cuomo tells CNBC he sent a letter to Trump three days ago requesting emergency funds for Penn Station.
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Democrats' ranting about the Trump Russia scandal won't win back disillusioned voters, says Michael Tracey.
Mick Mulvaney testifies on Capitol Hill on Wednesday about President Donald Trump's budget proposal.
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Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller believes investors should continue to own stocks, because the bull market may go on for years.
Total mortgage application volume increased 4.4 percent last week.
UBS lowers its rating for T. Rowe Price shares to sell from buy, predicting the mutual fund company’s earnings will miss expectations next year.
President Donald Trump is expected to retain Marc Kasowitz as private attorney on matters related to the Russia investigation, sources said.
"We've got to get tax reform done by then," House Speaker Paul Ryan says.
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President Donald Trump applauded President Rodrigo Duterte for his violent crackdown on drugs in the Philippines, according to the New York Times.
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