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He is suing BuzzFeed for defamation, accusing the site of "lie-filled" allegations surrounding presidential aides and Russian agents, USA Today reports.
Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee released a report which allegedly describes two decades of Russian efforts to influence elections.
The Minneapolis Fed proposed a set of sweeping new regulations Wednesday aimed at reducing the risk big banks pose to the economy.
Issa's decision to leave Congress follows the announced retirement of GOP Rep. Ed Royce
Authorities in Santa Barbara County are still searching for dead, injured or trapped people after a powerful mud flow swept away dozens of homes.
Tom Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, warns about a growing global hostility to technology.
The Commerce Department was expected to report a rise in November wholesale inventories on Wednesday.
Michael Wolff's explosive tell-all about the Trump administration has been so in demand that retailers have struggled to keep it in stock.
Republican Sen. John Thune asked if Apple considered making battery replacements available for free.
It is highly likely investors will demand unusually strong earnings beats and guidance to sustain prices.
Reports first circulated last week that Iovine would leave his post in August — what would have been poignant timing for the executive and the company.
Warren Buffett believes the corporate tax reform bill is very bullish for stockholders.
Stephen Colbert wasn't afraid to ask the tough questions of his guest, Disaster Artist star James Franco, on Tuesday's Late Show.
U.S. import prices recorded their smallest increase in five months in December and underlying pressures were muted.
The new order will cost about $200 million year to implement, an official says.
Some of Intel's customers are exploring using microchips from the market leader's rivals after the discovery of security flaws affecting most chips.
Sears' same-store sales dropped 16 to 17 percent during the first two months of the fourth quarter.
Domino's Pizza said its chief executive, Patrick Doyle, will leave the biggest U.S. pizza delivery chain in June and would be replaced by Richard Allison.
Global investors should not be put off by current equity market valuations, according to one global market strategist.
Homebuilder Lennar on Wednesday reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue as it sold more homes at higher prices, and said orders rose 11.5 percent.
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