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The briefing came as Alabama voters went to the polls in a hotly contested Senate race.
Landlords expect demand for rentals will increase if the Republican tax plan is passed.
Goldman Sachs economists expect Congress to make corporate tax cuts effective in 2019 and new rules could encourage U.S. companies to issue more debt overseas.
The billionaire doesn't hold back sharing his opinion about how the GOP is handling tax reform
PepsiCo's pre-order of 100 Tesla Semi trucks is yet another sign of confidence in the vehicles, said Consumer Edge analyst Jamie Albertine.
The election pits Republican ex-Judge Roy Moore against Democratic former federal prosecutor Doug Jones.
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There's one airline name that's about to fly even higher, according to one technician's charts.
Stanley Druckenmiller believes the Federal Reserve should raise interest rates and normalize monetary policy.
Trump calls Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand a "lightweight" and a "total flunky" for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
Many states will run out of remaining CHIP money within months, imperiling health coverage for almost 9 million kids.
Those close to Michael Flynn describe the pressures of the past year as investigators zeroed in on him and the dealings of one of his sons.
You might want to think twice before giving money to your adult child.
Companies already are paying well below the 20 percent tax level targeted in the Republican reform plan, according to Yardeni Research.
The broad contours between those voting for Doug Jones and those for Roy Moore match the stories that have played out in special elections all year.
"The next Bill Gates isn’t going to look anything like the last one."
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died Tuesday, oversaw a payroll tax break that helped move tech's center of gravity north from Silicon Valley.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he "cannot in good conscience vote to add more to the already massive $20 trillion debt."
But the former Facebook executive says his kids still ask "all the time because their friends have it all the time."