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On Friday, House and Senate Republicans plan to nail down and release final, joint tax legislation.
A year in which the market exceeded all expectations ends not with investors backing off but rather with them throwing caution to the wind.
Trump spoke at the FBI campus in Quantico, Va., hours after he ripped the bureau's handling of the 2016 investigation.
FANG stocks are not likely to continue strong outperformance in 2018, and investors should overweight other tech names and value stocks, says FundStrat.
The chief tax writer in the House confirmed that the latest tax bill has a top individual rate of 37%, lower than both the House and Senate said it would be.
A leading indicator for stocks just entered a death cross, but the ominous signal might not be as scary as it's cracked up to be.
Venture capitalists and start-ups are betting they can play a crucial role in helping fix one of the country's most vexing problems.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" brought in $45 million on its opening night on Thursday at U.S. and Canadian movie theaters.
Lower unecessary ambulance usage can translate both to lower wait times for for ambulances, and lower bills to patients.
Here's the feel-good donation of the season: Your bitcoin holdings.
The Federal Reserve Board announced Friday that Vice Chairman Randal Quarles recused himself from any matters concerning Wells Fargo.
Facebook admitted on Thursday that using the social network in some fashions can be bad for your health.
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Trump fired Flynn only 24 days into his tenure as national security advisor.
JPMorgan unveiled its favorite stock picks with Congressional Republicans nearing victory on their tax bill.
Senator Marco Rubio's late demand for changes in the tax reform bill proves why the Republicans need to rush to a vote, says Jake Novak.
If you were lucky enough to win the lottery, how would you use the money? Consumers plan to save most of that windfall.
Here's what Americas millions of undergrads are most likely to be studying.