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The Trump administration issued an updated travel ban with fresh restrictions on who can enter the U.S., targeting eight countries.
Jared Kushner used a personal email account to communicate with White House colleagues, Kushner's attorney confirmed.
All around the NFL on Sunday, the responses to Trump's stance came in rapid succession and surprising uniformity.
Politics likely will be a big market influence in the days ahead, with a major congressional initiative expected this week.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a snap election for next month, according to the Kyodo news agency on Monday.
Angela Merkel's conservative bloc will be the largest party in the next German parliament, but provisional election results point to a worse-than-expected majority for the German chancellor.
China may witness its first local government bond defaults, but the timing is uncertain, Fitch Ratings said in a press release on Sunday.
Cuomo joined a delegation to make a pointed plea for federal assistance for Puerto Rico.
The security flare-up on the Korean Peninsula will show whether an acceptable modus vivendi can be found between Washington and Beijing.
Hurricane Maria prompted storm and surge watches for part of the North Carolina Coast, National Hurricane Center said.
The Gartman Letter editor Dennis Gartman doesn't want the gold market "correction" to spook investors.
Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is strongly leaning against voting for the latest draft of her party's healthcare bill.
Efforts to stop the spread of fake news on Facebook continued at the highest levels after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
In the aftermath of the German election, there could be one important casualty for markets.
Dragon Corporation is aiming to raise half a billion dollars through token sales in an effort to bring blockchain into the gambling world.
Abe said the package should focus on subsidizing education and child-care costs, as well as boosting corporate investments.
The future of New Zealand's next government lies in the hands of an opposition leader who has been likened to President Donald Trump.
'For many it does not make sense to sell,' a top real estate analyst explains, and here's why
Trump said on Twitter on Saturday North Korea's leaders "won't be around much longer" after a U.N. speech by the North's foreign minister.