Alphabet shares tanked on Monday after a report said the Justice Department is preparing to launch an antitrust investigation against Google. Three experts weigh in on what this move might mean for the stock and the internet sector overall.
France manages to provide universal coverage to its residents while spending half as much as the U.S. does. Here's how.
France's health care system, which is called "social security", has been globally recognized for overall quality. In 2000, the World Health Organization ranked it the best national health care system in the world. Here's how France manages to provide universal coverage to its residents while spending half as much as America.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin clashed with House Financial Services Committee Chair Rep. Maxine Waters over when he could leave for a meeting with a foreign leader.
Stocks dropped amid fears of a global growth slowdown. Watch four experts weigh in on what investors should watch for next.
Thirty-one percent of registered voters in New York state view the freshman House Democrat favorably, while 44 percent have an unfavorable view, according to a Siena College poll released Monday. In January, 34 percent of New York voters viewed Ocasio-Cortez favorably, versus 29 percent who had an unfavorable opinion, a Quinnipiac University poll found.
How will insurance companies remain profitable in an era of climate change?
Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, and more costly. According to one estimate, natural disasters caused about $340 billion in damage across the world in 2017. And insurers had to pay out a record $138 billion. The $5 trillion global insurance industry plays a huge role in the U.S. economy. Insurance spending in 2017 made up about 11 percent of America's GDP. So, how will insurance companies remain profitable in an era of climate change? And what does that mean for the rest of us?
The nuclear summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was cut short and no agreement was reached. Trump announced that Kim was only willing to consider denuclearization if the United States would entirely lift sanctions but the president chose to walk away. Four experts weigh in on the president's decision and what these developments might mean for the on-going trade talks with China.
Michael Cohen, President Trump's former personal attorney, testified before Congress on Wednesday. He faced questions on his actions as well on the evidence he brought forth which he says proves Trump engaged in illegal activity while in office.