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The Senate approves a contentious deal struck between President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders. A severe shortage of construction workers is expected to cause widespread delays as Texas rebuilds from Hurricane Harvey. Jennifer Strong reports.
The Nasdaq saw its biggest weekly gain of the year. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans are urging President Donald Trump to keep DACA, a program that protects young undocumented immigrants from deportation. Jennifer Strong reports.
Stocks end higher as strong economic data lifts the major indexes. Fuel prices are surging from disruption caused by Harvey. President Donald Trump's lawyers argue his firing of FBI Chief James Comey didn't obstruct justice. Jennifer Strong reports.
Stocks end mixed. Janet Yellen offers few clues on interest rates. Special counsel Robert Mueller probes former Trump adviser Mike Flynn. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is hopeful about a tax overhaul by year-end. Charlie Turner reports.
The U.S. clamps down on financing critical to North Korea's nuclear-weapons program. The Trump administration's plan to withdraw from Nafta's investor-state dispute settlement system. Wednesday's economic calendar. Tanya Bustos reports.
China bans North Korean imports to enforce new United Nations sanctions. The government report that says self-driving vehicles could reshape one in nine American workers' jobs. Tuesday's economic calendar. Tanya Bustos reports.
President Donald Trump's growing pressure to denounce nationalist groups amid Charlottesville tragedy. The Pentagon's top military officer weighs in on the North Korea crisis. The head of Merck's resignation. Tanya Bustos reports.
Tanya Bustos reports on the Dow's eighth straight record close, Martin Shkreli being found guilty of three counts in a federal securities-fraud trial, and Toyota getting on President Trump's good side with a $1.6 billion factory.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, including a fresh record for the Dow. Plus, a grand jury in Washington will investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections, and Uber knowingly bought unsafe cars in Singapore.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, with downbeat results from retail giant Amazon weighing on tech stocks. Plus, President Donald Trump fired his chief of staff Reince Priebus and replaced him with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers after tech stocks slid without warning, pulling major stock indexes away from record territory. Plus, Republicans released a set of broad principles for creating a tax policy.