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Dowd had reportedly opposed Trump's desire to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the probe.
The legislation now goes to the Senate, where it is expected to pass with bipartisan support.
The summit panel comes after Trump signed new tariffs against China on Thursday.
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The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note dropped the most in six months to below 2.8 percent on Thursday.
The Federal Reserve might be sounding the hawkish call, but a developing pattern in the bond market could cause it to pump the brakes, says one market watcher.
Commerzbank and Mozilla have suspended ad campaigns on Facebook following the data scandal that has seen more than $45 billion wiped off the social network's market value this week.
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer for the Russia investigation, John Dowd, quit Thursday, reportedly in part due to his opposition to Trump's desire to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's team.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he doesn't think there will be a trade war with China.
A deal for Time Warner may help in the short term, but it may not be the worst thing for AT&T if a judge rules against its $85 billion acquisition.
More than 275 components in the broad index were down at least 10 percent from their 52-week highs as of 11:04 a.m. ET.
An existential crisis in social media stocks, confusion over how to discount a trade war and conflicting interpretations of the Fed's latest move are weighing on the market.
The defense-friendly bill gives the Pentagon a top line budget of $700 billion.
Those exempt include the European Union, Argentina, Australia, Brazil and South Korea, Robert Lighthizer says.
Bill Ackman's Pershing Square sells its stake in Nike.
Aeronautics, modern rail, and new-energy vehicles are among 10 Chinese industries the U.S. could target for tariffs, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said.
If Fed Chairman Jerome Powell was looking to distinguish himself from his predecessors, this week's events represented at least initial meaningful steps toward doing so.
As it scrambled to compete in the internet world, the once-dominant tech company cut tens of thousands of U.S. workers, hitting its most senior employees hardest and flouting rules against age bias, ProPublica reports.