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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn stepped away from his role as special advisor to President Donald Trump on regulation.
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A terror attack targeted Barcelona's most famous street on Thursday, killing at least 13 people and injuring more than 100.
President Donald Trump took questions from the press in a combative news conference on Tuesday.
In a message sent to JPMorgan Chase employees in the United States, CEO Jamie Dimon calls the violence in Virginia disturbing.
"We're going to be increasing our budget by many billions of dollars because of North Korea and other reasons having to do with the anti-missile," Donald Trump said.
The Wall Street Journal reports that at least four people have filed complaints with the Ontario Securities Commission.
A Pentagon plan to target North Korean missile-launch sites involves launching bombers from a base in Guam, officials told NBC News.
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The NY Times says Trump's instantly viral "fire and fury" threat to North Korea was made without consulting advisors.