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The New York Democrat blamed the president for not striking a deal to avoid a government shutdown.
It marks the first shutdown when the same party controls Congress and the White House.
This particular shutdown could be a precursor to a larger battle over the government debt limit that could have longer-term implications.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that he doesn't regret firing James Damore, whose controversial diversity-related memo leaked last year.
Gun manufacturers are hoping new products being showcased at the SHOT Show next week will help boost consumer sales and retail orders.
A website claiming to track Russian influence in real time showed that Russia-linked Twitter accounts helped #ReleaseTheMemo go viral.
A blast of earnings news could help boost stocks in the coming week, but a bigger story may be the move higher in bond yields.
A weekly recap of some of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.
CNBC tried to replace the battery in the iPhone 6 and here's what happened.
The S&P 500 will likely peak in 2029, with the index between 6,000 and 15,000, Thomas Lee of Fundstrat, says on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
"People are underestimating the impact of the tax reform," says Ken Moelis, Wall Street veteran.
A former CIA officer suspected of spying for China may have created even more damage than previously thought, NBC News reported, citing sources.
Sixty percent of Americans are now in favor of legalizing marijuana for personal use.
Amazon held a secret meeting a year ago with creative thinkers focused on innovative models for delivering care.
One in five respondents cited the low unemployment rate and recent stock market records as Trump administration accomplishments.
Jim Cramer revealed why cryptocurrency could be key for Goldman Sachs.
The 10-year Treasury note yield at 2.6 percent could have sweeping implications, writes Miller Tabak's Matt Maley.
Rising bond yields do not necessarily mean stocks have to fumble.
Graham said he will not support a temporary funding bill passed by the House when the Senate takes it up Friday.