A federal judge ordered Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security advisor, to surrender his passport, and to check with the court if he wants to travel more than 50 miles from Washington, D.C. » Read More
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The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates by a quarter point Wednesday and also signal it will not be raising rates as much as it had previously forecast. » Read More
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It's officially the all-time record year for corporate stock buybacks, and they show no signs of letting up » Read More
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Huckabee Sanders opened a rare White House press briefing by saying "we wish General Flynn well," less than two hours after his scheduled sentencing for lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia's ambassador to the United States was postponed. » Read More
In October, Trump pledged to introduce a tax cut "resolution" before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, catching Republican congressional leaders and even White House officials off guard.
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The oversight body reviewing complaints lodged against Kavanaugh said Tuesday that the allegations against the former federal appeals court judge are "serious" but that it must dismiss them without determining their merits.
The federal investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election that has consumed the first two years of President Donald Trump's term in office will not be over soon.
Diego Piacentini, one of the most senior executives at Amazon who had previously led its international business, has left the company.
The ruling generated confusion about the near-term impact on the health-care law that affects millions of people and hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding.
Sanders lost the 2016 South Carolina primary by a large margin, and allies have said he would need to bolster his operations there if he wants to win this time around.
It would be quite a milestone for autonomous driving, and a potential comeback for Anthony Levandowski, who was the center of a legal battle between Alphabet's Waymo and Uber.
Greenspan says in an interview it is unlikely that the current market would stabilize and then take another big leg higher.
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Michael Flynn accepts an offer to delay the sentencing after Judge Emmet Sullivan warned he might send the former national security advisor to jail for lying to FBI agents about his conversations with a Russian ambassador.
The New York attorney general announces that the Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve and give away its remaining funds amid a lawsuit by the state over the charity's operations.
Trump's push for the money has threatened a partial government shutdown when funding for seven agencies lapses after midnight Friday.
McSally, 52, lost to Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema in a Senate election in Arizona last month.
As of Monday night, even Senate Republican leaders did not know President Donald Trump's plan to avoid a government shutdown amid an impasse over his proposed border wall.
Real estate analyst John Burns points to higher mortgage rates, along with the surge in home prices over the last few years, as the culprit.
The three biggest U.S. airlines are complaining that the expansion of Qatar-backed Italian airline Air Italy into the U.S. violates an agreement forged earlier this year between Qatar and the United States.
When reporters began to uncover evidence of Russian disinformation efforts, the trolls kept trolling, according to researchers who wrote two new reports prepared for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said Monday that he "absolutely" believes the S&P 500 will go below lows hit early in 2018.
Jim Cramer explains why the Fed is more to blame than the president for any slowdown looming on the horizon.
Jim Cramer zooms through his responses to callers' stock questions, including one on whether investors should hold onto shares of a declining industrial name.
Jim Cramer sits down with Walmart E-Commerce USA President and CEO Marc Lore for more on the future of food delivery and Walmart's approach to online retail.