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Stocks are in a holding pattern, waiting to see if the president and Congress can get his pro-growth agenda back on track.
The United States appears to be backing away from another global effort to reduce corruption connected to drilling and mining.
The House Oversight Committee has asked for documents regarding former Trump adviser Michael Flynn's foreign contacts with Russia, Turkey and others.
Byron Wien shares his market views in an interview Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The first year of every presidency offers the best chance for legislative achievement, with the new chief executive at peak strength.
Biden made a deadpan joke that the Obama administration tapped Trump Tower "five or six times."
Travelers are concerned about how to spend their time and the fate of the devices checked in airplane holds, NBC reports.
While standing by his January prediction on CNBC for a 10 percent S&P 500 gain this year, Marc Lasry warns the rally could run into trouble in 2018.
Acosta, who then served as a U.S. attorney in Florida, reached a deal with money manager Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago.
During a nearly 12-hour session Tuesday, Gorsuch dodged questions on how he would rule on past or possible future cases.
A Journal editorial calls into question Trump's credibility by his insistence that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.
America's security and global authority are threatened as the White House "dissembles and serially contorts the facts," former National Security Adviser Susan Rice warned.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch declared he's made no promises to Donald Trump or anyone else about how he'll vote on abortion.
President Donald Trump warned House Republicans their jobs were on the line if they failed to back a GOP bill to upend the Affordable Care Act.
The GOP health-care bill is the largest Republican welfare proposal in the history of the party, Rep. Brooks says.
Spicer said Tuesday the "real indicators" are things like job creation and businesses bringing their operations back to the U.S.
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