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Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium without any new bombshells.
Hundreds of police officers will hit the streets of Boston on Saturday to deter violence at a "Free Speech" rally with right-wing speakers.
U.S. President Donald Trump thanked Bannon on Twitter for his service and his role in the presidential election campaign against Hillary Clinton.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn stepped away from his role as special advisor to President Donald Trump on regulation.
Finnish police arrested four other Moroccan men over their possible links to the man suspected of killing two and wounding eight in Friday's knife attacks.
Any joint operation between the Lebanese army, Hezbollah and the Syrian army could jeopardize U.S. military aid Lebanon receives.
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The driver abandoned the van and fled on Thursday after speeding along a section of Las Ramblas, leaving a trail of dead and injured among the crowds.
Boxed has built a custom robotic fulfillment center to take on companies like Amazon and Costco, all without laying off any workers.
Jim Cramer explains why investors should be wary of stock buybacks during market-wide pullbacks.
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The departure of Trump adviser Steve Bannon lets the White House refocus, but it will be up to President Trump to win back confidence.
Breitbart senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak tweeted "#WAR" Friday after chief strategist Steve Bannon departed the White House.
Wall Street may be cheering the news of Steve Bannon's departure, but you really can't blame Bannon for the GOP's failures, James Pethokoukis said.
Jim Cramer shares his tips about the best stocks to buy during a market-wide sell-off for a bargain.
Back-channel talks between the U.S. and North Korea are "useful tools" but unlikely to lead to major strides or meaningful dialogue.
One equity strategist is watching the trend closely as it may signal trouble ahead for the health of the U.S. consumer.
Jim Cramer clarified the difference between a broken stock and a broken company, and said to steer clear of one group at all costs.
While Americans await the first solar eclipse since 1991, brands are looking to cash in on the phenomenon.