Congress has reached a preliminary agreement on multiple points of contention over issues such as immigration and infrastructure.
The White House plans to announce tariffs Thursday as President Donald Trump aims to punish China for intellectual property theft.
Zuckerberg said "sorry" for the company's data breach and also said that he would be open to regulation.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
China blamed U.S. export restrictions for its record trade surplus with the United States.
The serial bomber left a 25-minute video "confession" on a cell phone found after he blew himself up on Wednesday.
Police in Tempe, Arizona released the footage of a deadly accident on March 18 involving an autonomous vehicle and a pedestrian.
Taco Bell says it will be rolling out a line of tortilla chips at grocery and convenience stores starting in May.
The BOE kept its main interest rate unchanged Thursday, amid lower-than-expected inflation figures and modest improvements to wage increases.
President Donald Trump lashed out at Joe Biden, after the former vice president said he would have "beat the hell out" Trump in high school for disrespecting women.
Credit spreads are widening and while this may not be a five-alarm fire yet, it's an omen for risk assets such as stocks, says one market strategist.
Despite blowback from the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Mark Zuckerberg says he hasn't seen a "meaningful number of people" deleting their accounts.
If President Donald Trump wants to launch his one-man trade war with China with a surge in tariffs, he has plenty of products to choose from.
"A number of participants in the [Federal Open Market Committee] did bring up the issue of tariffs," Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said at a news conference.
Sessions reportedly was under investigation because of questions about whether he mislead Congress during his confirmations hearings about contacts with Russians.
The number of new millionaires and the total population of millionaires in the U.S. set a record.
Meredith Corporation announced on Wednesday it would consider selling several key brands and lay off an estimated 1,200 staff members, following its acquisition of Time.
Crude oil is having an impressive week, but Phil Streible, senior market strategist with RJO Futures, is only cautiously bullish. He explains why.
"Hold on to your seats for a year ahead that is fraught with risk," says the non-partisan Atlantic Council.