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Stock futures opened lower on Sunday as the U.S. government remained shut down.
Senator Tammy Duckworth hit back at President Donald Trump after he claimed Democrats were hurting the U.S. military.
The president urged the Senate to use a simple majority of votes to end the shutdown, but the majority leader opposes such a move.
Wall Street Veteran Peter Boockvar predicts an epic crash will hit the cryptocurrency market.
President Donald Trump has largely sidelined Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in U.S. trade deals, according to Axios.
Among Republicans in the Senate, House and White House, momentum built for another temporary plan that would extend funding to Feb. 8.
A second day of demonstrations got underway on Sunday, after women and their allies flooded the streets in cities across the world.
China's foreign ministry said the USS Hopper destroyer came within 12 nautical miles of Huangyan island.
Ten largest U.S. tech firms by sales expected to top $1 trillion in revenue this year as the biggest get bigger.
After nearly a year's delay, Amazon Go is finally opening to the public on Monday morning.
Asian markets traded lower as investors kept an eye on political developments in the U.S. after a government shutdown began last week.
The president's younger son made the comment on Fox News while at the same time filling in for his father at a gala fundraiser in Palm Beach
A package that combines both a US-Mexico wall and a DACA has appealed to Donald Trump, but not always, Vox reports.
Retailers will see the most of the tax cut benefits fall to the bottom line, but struggles will remain — and could even get worse.
From a haunted house to shrunken pygmy heads, Nick Cage has bought it all.
Earnings season is kicking into high gear, and one strategist warns investors could see big moves in names like Netflix and Electronic Arts.
Toshiba is reportedly considering an IPO of its memory chip business if an agreed $18 billion sale fails to win antitrust approval by March.
Major shareholders are reportedly pushing Xerox to explore strategic alternatives, including a sale, and a change in leadership.
Venezuela — with double-digit inflation, civil strife and signs of economic collapse — has seen the future, and it's in cryptocurrency.