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U.S. stocks fell Thursday. Wells Fargo reportedly close to paying a fine of up to one billion dollars. Skechers stock tripped up by disappointing earnings. A cannabis-derived drug to treat epilepsy. Charlie Turner reports.
Former first lady Barbara Bush dies in Houston at the age of 92. Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo's secret meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Morgan Stanley's record revenue and quarterly profits. Tanya Bustos reports.
Big gains for U.S stock averages Tuesday. Starbucks stores will close for one afternoon in May to conduct racial sensitivity training. One person killed in a Southwest Airlines emergency landing. The IRS Web site crashes on Tax Day. Charlie Turner reports.
Syrian government gains control of region where recent alleged chemical attack took place. Changes to Social Security and health entitlement programs unlikely to move forward after Paul Ryan retires. New unemployment benefit figures drop to historic lows. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks fell Wednesday on worries about possible U.S. action against Syria. A Senate committee plans to move to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The Fed is more confident about hitting its two-percent inflation target. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump slams the FBI on Twitter. American students struggle to make progress in math and reading scores. States getting leeway to wind down mandatory health benefits guaranteed under Obamacare. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. stocks ended slightly higher, wiping out nearly all of an earlier big gain. The more-than 60 billion dollar Bayer-Monsanto merger is one step closer to approval. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he's quitting Facebook. Charlie Turner reports.
Russia blames Israel for missile strike on Syria. The NYSE will allow all U.S.-listed securities and ETFs to be traded on its floor. PayPal reaching out to customers to gauge interest in banking services. J.R. Whalen reports.
The key U.S. indexes each tumbled more than two percent Friday. The latest trade salvos between the U.S. and China led investors to dump stocks. Fed chair Jerome Powell says he supports continuing a gradual approach to rate hikes. Charlie Turner reports.
Amazon considering Alexa for person-to-person payments. Complaint filed against Facebook over its facial recognition feature. The White House sanctions dozens of Russian government officials and companies. J.R. Whalen reports.
President Trump says he didn't know about payment to Stormy Daniels at the time it was made. The Surgeon General urges those at risk of opioid abuse to have naloxone on hand. And the trade deficit between the U.S. and China is growing. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
U.S. stocks rise for a third day. Tesla's stock soars back to bull-market territory. A big chunk of the Hilton hotel chain will be up for sale. Thousands of hurricane-damaged cars are being shipped overseas for re-sale. Charlie Turner reports.
The back-and-forth on trade shifts to negotiations. Enrollment for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act remained steady in 2018. And Apple has hired an artificial intelligence executive from Google. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks rebound from a huge slide to close with strong gains. Investors fear a possible U.S.-China trade war, but could the two nations reach a compromise? Facebook says data was mishandled on more users than previously thought. Charlie Turner reports.
The escalating trade fight between the U.S. and China ripples through global markets. Police scrutinize YouTube shooter's social media for a motive. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg set to testify before House Committee. Tanya Bustos reports.
The Trump Administration threatens new sanctions on Chinese imports. WPP's board is looking into whether its CEO misused assets. And the Trump Administration says it will verify answers to a new citizenship question on the 2020 census. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Special counsel Robert Mueller was authorized to investigate Paul Manafort's dealings with the Ukrainian government. The Walt Disney Company could be in position to purchase British pay-TV operator Sky. Tesla misses its Model 3 production goals. J.R. Whalen reports.
Are changes in store for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau? The Environmental Protection Agency says it will ease emissions standards. And lawmakers are raising questions over a massive price increase for a cancer drug. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Monday was another punishing day for Wall Street. The FAANG stocks have lost about $324 billion in market capitalization since mid-March. And shares of Tesla fall, as the company prepares to give a delivery update. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks ended broadly higher Thursday, ahead of the Good Friday holiday. Some big tech names rebounded. But March was a bad month for the major indexes. Experts say get used to the volatility. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump takes aim at Amazon on Twitter. The Koreas set April 27 for a summit, but nuclear arms may not be on the agenda. NATO allies facing the fear of not being ready to confront a threat from Russia. J.R. Whalen reports.
The key U.S. indexes fell Wednesday, led by the tech sector. Amazon's stock falls on a report - denied by the White House - that President Trump wanted to target the company. Facebook says it'll make it simpler for users to manage their data. Charlie Turner reports.
Facebook revamps its privacy settings. iPhone owners sue Apple over the company's admission it slowed down phone performance. The Trump administration plans to employ national emergency laws to block Beijing from acquiring advanced U.S. technology. J.R. Whalen reports.
Larry Nassar's former boss has been charged with criminal sexual conduct. Nvidia is halting testing of its driverless car technology. And Facebook continues to suffer from fallout over its handling of user data. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The 2020 U.S. census will ask respondents if they are U.S. citizens. Home price continued to climb at a fast pace in the January. More than 4,000 people have died in the Philippines' drug war since last year. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. and western countries expel scores of Russian diplomats. China and the U.S. have quietly begun negotiating to improve access to Chinese markets. The FTC confirms it is investigating Facebook's privacy features as the company admits to logging the messaging history of some Android users. J.R. Whalen reports.
Fears of a trade war sent stocks plunging on Thursday. New details are emerging about the test operator in an Uber self-driving car involved in a fatal crash. And streaming services have boosted U.S. music revenue. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
A massive market selloff after the White House announced tariffs against China. But Paul Nolte of Kingsview Asset Management said other factors also contributed to the selloff. And tech stocks were slammed, hurt by Facebook's user data scandal. Charlie Turner reports.
Lawmakers closer to avoiding a government shutdown. Facebook in danger of losing legions of users over Cambridge Analytica user data controversy. Credit reporting firms to remove tax liens from Americans' credit reports. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Austin package bomber is dead. Median pay for CEOs at the U.S.'s largest companies reached an all-time high last year. Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine stepping down from day-to-day involvement with the division. J.R. Whalen reports.
The major U.S. indexes largely recovered from Monday's tech selloff on Tuesday. Cambridge Analytica has suspended its chief executive. And the Federal Trade Commission is investigating Facebook. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
FBI investigating another explosion in Texas. This week's fatal accident involving an Uber self-driving car could complicate passage of safety-related legislation. WSJ 'Middle Seat' columnist Scott McCartney says leave your pets at home when planning a flight. J.R. Whalen reports.
A tech selloff on Wall Street led stocks to their worst day since the February correction on Monday. Aramco scales back its IPO plans. And the Federal Reserve begins its two-day policy meeting on Tuesday. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks had their worst day since the February correction on Monday, after a tech selloff led by Facebook. And Uber has temporarily suspended its self-driving car program, after a pedestrian was killed by a driverless vehicle. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Trump steps up attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Austin, Texas police investigation a fourth explosion. Congress racing to pass a spending bill before the Saturday deadline. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks advance Friday, but lose ground for the week. Nike forces out two top executives in two days over complaints about inappropriate workplace behavior. L.L. Bean cuts staff, eliminates bonuses. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump and his chief of staff, John Kelly, have reached a truce. Members of the president's inner circle have connections to the U.S. steel industry. Authorities say a pedestrian bridge that collapsed in Miami on Thursday was undergoing adjustments. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Robert Mueller subpoenas the Trump Organization. The government's case challenging AT&T's attempted merger with Time Warner begins next week. And Friday's economic reports include the latest consumer sentiment data and new housing starts. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The key U.S. indexes ended mixed. Special counsel Mueller subpoenas documents from the Trump Organization. Blue Apron will start selling meal kits in stores. Long-term mortgage rates fall for the first time this year. Charlie Turner reports.
The U.S. issues sanctions against Russia. New trade restrictions against China are under consideration. And the Trump Organization has been linked to efforts to silence a former adult-film actress. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Toys 'R' Us says it's likely to close or sell its remaining U.S. stores. Four more automakers have been sued in connection with the nation's largest automotive recall. And the Commerce Department isn't likely to exempt U.S. businesses from new tariffs. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks fell on Tuesday, after a selloff in tech stocks. Shares of Qualcomm fell nearly 5%. The consumer-price index rose .2% in February. And a hacked Japanese cryptocurrency exchange pays $435 million back to its customers. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks closed mixed on Monday, with Boeing and Caterpillar dragging the Dow down with them. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May says it's "highly likely" Russia is behind last week's poison attack. And Dropbox sets its target valuation between $7 billion and $8 billion. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
This week's economic calendar includes the release of the consumer price index on Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, the latest retail sales numbers, and the producer price index. And we'll see the latest consumer sentiment data on Friday. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks rose Thursday after President Trump unveiled tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. A study says fake news is far more likely to be retweeted than real news. Online meal kit company Blue Apron's stock falls on rising competition. Charlie Turner reports.
Equifax hack victim to get free credit data freezes. Health insurer Cigna to buy Express Scripts in cash and stock deal. The Trump administration pushing Beijing for a $100 billion reduction in the two countries' trade deficit. J.R. Whalen reports.
More than 100 Republicans sign a letter opposing steel and aluminum tariffs. Hundreds of lawsuits filed in connection with the opioid crisis will move to litigation. And Airbus will scale back production on its A380 superjumbo. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks bounce off session lows to end mixed. President Trump reportedly will sign a proclamation to enact tariffs on imports as soon as Thursday. The latest Fed Beige Book: modest growth with building inflation pressures. Charlie Turner reports.
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn's resignation spooks Wall Street. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says President Trump's tariffs proposals are here to stay. Coca-Cola plans to roll out alcoholic beverages. J.R. Whalen reports.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un willing to hold talks with the U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan warns of a trade war under Trump's tariff proposals. Beer companies seek to capitalize on consumers' taste for low-carb, low-calorie brews. J.R. Whalen reports.
House Speaker Paul Ryan splits from President Trump on tariffs. Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran announces his retirement in April. And Trump's lawyer's payment to a former adult-film actress was deemed suspicious. Annmarie Fertoli reports.