Lawmakers have until midnight Friday to approve a spending bill or see the government's funding authority lapse for the third time this year.
Authorities in Austin, Texas continue to hunt for those responsible for a series of package bomb explosions after the city was hit on Sunday by a new explosion.
U.S. stock futures suggested a weak open on Wall Street early Monday as investors cast a wary eye at Washington.
Douglas Haynes, president of Point72, resigned on Friday, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
White House lawyer Ty Cobb said on Sunday that President Donald Trump was not considering or discussing firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Pivotal Research reaffirms its sell rating for Facebook shares, predicting more restrictions on consumer personal data use for advertising purposes.
After a stunning free fall since its high-profile initial public offering last June, Blue Apron shares may be primed to catch a break.
Amazon is making it easier for developers to incorporate competitions into games and give away prizes.
Mike Santoli discusses where the ceiling is for this latest comeback, if it continues.
Investors should prepare for some bigger swings from Micron when it reports earnings on Thursday, derivative strategist Stacey Gilbert says.
The U.K. will remain in the EU until the end of 2020, but with restricted powers, officials announced Monday.
Macy's will roll out a mobile checkout option, powered by its mobile app, to all of its stores by the end of 2018.
"Things are not going to get better between the U.S. and Russia in the near term," former DOD official Evelyn Farkas says.
Facebook's reaction to Cambridge Analytica flap shows a company that has lost control of its platform and message. Meanwhile, top execs are selling billions worth of shares.
Semiconductor equipment maker KLA-Tencor said on Monday it would buy Orbotech in a deal valued at $3.4 billion.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will aim to shore up U.S.-Saudi ties and seek investment opportunities as the kingdom overhauls its oil-dependent economy.
Russian President Vladimir Putin basked in a landslide re-election victory on Monday.
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