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President Trump says the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner is "not good for the country." The Federal Reserve releases the minutes from its last meeting on Wednesday. And federal prosecutors have charged an Iranian hacker with stealing HBO scripts. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
More records for U.S. stocks. HPE chief Meg Whitman will resign. Pixar studio chief takes leave of absence. Regulators recommend import tariffs to protect Whirlpool and other washing machine makers. Charlie Turner reports.
The Dow and S&P 500 see a second straight week of declines. Tesla shares rise after it unveils its electric commercial truck. Stitch Fix finishes just above its IPO price in the fashion startup's market debut. J.R. Whalen reports.
The House approves a tax bill. Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, appears in public, for the first time since the military took over the country earlier this week. Puerto Ricans are fleeing to Florida, in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
As the House votes on its tax bill, there are signs of dissent over the Senate's plan. Airbus and Boeing have secured multi-billion dollar deals to supply single-aisle planes to discount carriers. And weekly jobless claims are among the economic reports out Thursday. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
House Republicans wonder whether the president will support their tax plan, or the Senate's. TJX reports flat growth, for the first time in eight years. And Wednesday's economic reports include the New York Fed's Empire State Manufacturing Survey. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
U.S. stocks pull back Tuesday. Apple shares fall following Foxconn's earnings report. Senate to include repeal of the Affordable Care Act mandate in their tax reform plan. Homeland Security targets Russian-based Kaspersky Lab. Charlie Turner reports.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions now says he remembers meeting with a campaign adviser who talked about contacts with Russia. Fines for Wall Street dropped to a four-year-low last year. And three UCLA players detained in China are back in the U.S. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
2014 Sandy Hook case against gun makers reaches Connecticut Supreme Court. Google is under investigation in Missouri. And some senators seek to remove smaller, regional banks from Dodd-Frank oversight. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The major U.S. indexes edge higher. Mattel's stock soars on news of Hasbro takeover offer. Buffalo Wild Wings also receives a takeover bid. Some curbs in Dodd-Frank will help regional banks. Charlie Turner reports.
Mike Flynn is the subject of another investigation. The U.S. and China lay out different views on trade in Vietnam. And Republicans are calling on Roy Moore to quit the Alabama race for a U.S. Senate seat. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
President Donald Trump's joint appearance with Xi Jinping at the U.S.-China summit. Strong early sign-ups for the Affordable Care Act's annual open-enrollment period. The GOP effort to pass a $1.5 trillion tax cut. Tanya Bustos reports.
A show of strength in Asia, as President Trump continues his tour. Americans are feeling more confident about selling their homes than they are about buying. And a light economic calendar, with the weekly crude inventories update out on Wednesday.
It's Election Day, and two races to watch are in New Jersey and Virginia. President Trump signals he'd like to see North Korea return to the negotiating table. And Trump is losing support in some counties he carried during the election, according to a new WSJ/NBC News poll. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
It's like a broken record: more records for stocks. Disney held preliminary talks to buy 21st Century Fox assets, but talks went nowhere. Priceline's outlook is weak. Weight Watcher's stock gains on better-than-expected earnings. Charlie Turner reports.
Court papers show Texas gunman Devin Patrick Kelley was discharged from the Air Force for bad conduct. President Trump urges Japan to buy more U.S. military equipment. And Federal Reserve Bank of New York Chief William Dudley is expected to retire in the middle of next year.
Oil prices rebound to highest levels since 2015. Equifax executives cleared in insider trading investigation. Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott notches another victory against the NFL over his suspension. J.R. Whalen reports.
The October employment report and the latest report on international trade are due Friday. The U.S. Justice Department is preparing a potential lawsuit against the merger between AT&T and Time Warner. And Teen Vogue announces it will end its print publication. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
House Republicans are expected to unveil their tax plan Thursday. Morgan Stanley predicts traditional retailers will see holiday sales fall. And Disney is setting tough terms for theaters that want to show the next Star Wars movie. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow starts November with a higher close. President Trump signals he'll nominate Jerome Powell to head the Federal Reserve. And Facebook shares rise on stronger-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks end lower. Fed chair announcement due Thursday, with Trump reportedly set to tap Jerome Powell. Paul Manafort indicted in the Special Counsel probe. House said to be weighing in gradual phase-in of corporate tax cut. Charlie Turner reports.
Paul Manafort indicted in Mueller investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 election. Workers behind Russian-linked Facebook accounts organized events on several sides of the same issue before and after the 2016 election. J.R. Whalen reports.
Key economic indicators on tap this week. Personal income report for September is released Monday. ADP private payroll numbers are out Wednesday. And the nation's unemployment report is released on Friday. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow ends at a new record high. AT&T reports better than expected wireless subscriber growth. Chipotle's stock gets burned by an earnings miss. World Series tickets top one thousand dollars again. Charlie Turner reports.
The Dow closes above 23000 for the first time. American Express reports higher earnings and names a new CEO. United Continental's earnings top targets despite hurricane-related cancellations. Charlie Turner reports.
The Dow briefly tops 23 thousand, still closing at a record. Senators reach a bipartisan deal to keep health subsidy payments flowing. A judge blocks Trump's latest travel ban. IBM's earnings top estimates. Charlie Turner reports.
Stocks end higher, with the Nasdaq closing at a new high. Weinstein Co. reportedly explores a sale or shutdown. How might President Trump's action on the Iran nuclear deal affect firms investing in that country? Charlie Turner reports.
Stocks fall as banks kick off earnings. An executive order directs federal agencies to pursue sweeping changes to the health-care system. Plus, House Republicans offer to keep part of the deduction for state and local taxes. Jennifer Strong reports.