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The omnibus allocates $144.3 billion for military equipment procurement. Here's a look at some of the big-ticket items.
With expectations increasing that first-quarter growth will be nowhere close to some projections, there's good news: The rest of the year still looks fine.
President Trump's pick for national security advisor signals a willingness by the administration to take a more hard-line stand against adversaries like Iran or Venezuela—and that could mean higher oil prices.
World-renowned economists and executives addressed rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China, discussing the possible impacts of a trade war from the annual China Development Forum.
Thousands swarmed into the nation's capital and cities across America on Saturday to march for gun control and ignite political activism among the young.
The new recruits — Bolton, Kudlow and Pompeo — diverge from their predecessors on ideology, experience and style.
At 72, Crystal Harris spends most of her days responding to 911 calls after a nearby hospital closed. With more rural hospitals shuttering, she's not alone.
The U.S. considers Russian diplomats to be undeclared spies, conducting intelligence operations under the guise of being embassy staff.
President Trump issued an order late Friday barring most transgender troops from serving in the U.S. armed forces.
Amid the turmoil reverberating across international financial markets, some market participants are identifying emerging markets as one value play to consider.
Was Facebook's apology too little too late? Recode managing editor Ed Lee thinks so.
Eight in 10 engaged couples say they would pick a weeknight or off-season wedding date to save money. Wedding planners say that tactic comes with trade-offs.
Supermodel Chrissy Teigen is quitting Snapchat, becoming the latest in a rash of celebrities to speak out against the embattled social media platform.
DoorDash collects data on a restaurant-by-restaurant basis, CEO Tony Xu said, noting where the kitchen is and how busy or slow the storefront is at a particular time.
The United States has flouted trade rules with an inquiry into intellectual property and China will defend its interests, Vice Premier Liu He told U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Trade tension between China and the United States flared this week when President Donald Trump unveiled plans to slap tariffs on potentially up to $60 billion in Chinese goods.
When you surf the web using Chrome or any other browser, your computer saves some of the data on websites you're visiting as part of your browser history. Chrome doesn't need to collect that data if you want to surf the web more anonymously.
Retailers including Ulta and Ross Stores are planning significant expansions in 2018 and beyond.
Here's how to see all of the data Facebook has on you and how to download your own copy.