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Walmart pulls the Dow to its first loss in seven trading sessions. Albertsons buys the rest of Rite-Aid not being sold to Walgreens. AT&T is not entitled to the details of the Trump administration's internal discussions on its proposed merger with Time Warner. J.R. Whalen reports.
Robert Mueller charges an associate of a former Trump adviser of lying to the FBI. Qualcomm raises its bid for NXP Semiconductors. Walmart report strong holiday sales but says its online sales growth slowed in the last quarter. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. markets are closed for Presidents Day. Trading resumes Tuesday. A light economic calendar this week includes existing home sales and weekly jobless claims. And airlines are scoring healthy profits per passenger. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Mitt Romney to run for Utah's U.S. Senate seat. A new tax law provision extending college saving accounts to K-12 expenses has states worried. Most borrowers who left school in 2010 owing at least $50,000 in student loans had failed to pay down any of the debt four years later. J.R. Whalen reports.
A teenager has been charged in the deadly school shooting in Florida. Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin says he'll reimburse the government. And the number of airline passengers is rising. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
President Trump plans to visit the site of Wednesday's school shooting in Parkland, Fla. U.S. motor vehicle deaths surpassed 40,000 last year due in part of distracted driving and increased miles on the road. The FDA approves a the first blood test to evaluate concussions. J.R. Whalen reports.
Authorities have a suspect in custody in connection with a fatal shooting at a high school in Florida. President Trump condemns domestic violence. Loretta Mester is being considered for the Federal Reserve's vice chairman post. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Inflation rose more than expected in January. AT&T could tap the Justice Department's antitrust chief to testify as it seeks to purchase Time Warner. Trump lawyer Michael Lawyer admits to paying $130,000 of his own money to adult-film star 'Stormy Daniels.' J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks post a third straight day of gains ahead of Wednesday's inflation report. Investigators looking into manipulation of the VIX. Intelligence leader warns of expected Russian meddling in the 2018 midterm elections. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. household debt continues to hit record levels. Walmart refocuses staffing to improve store customer service and improve online sales. Amazon aims to flex its muscles in the medical supplies business. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks rally for a second straight session. Trump's daughter-in-law hospitalized after opening a letter containing white powder. U.S. government spending outpaced tax revenue in January compared to a year ago. J.R. Whalen reports.
Equifax says passport information was not exposed during a cyberattack last year. Eric Holder hopes the president pulls back on negative comments about the FBI and the Justice Department. And Hasbro reports a fourth-quarter revenue drop. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow suffers its worst one-day drop ever. A House committee votes to release a document from Democrats countering GOP allegations. And Super Bowl LII was the least-watched championship game since 2009. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Institute for Supply Management releases its non-manufacturing survey on Monday. International trade data and the Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey are out Tuesday. And on Wednesday, the latest consumer credit report.
Stocks tumbled Friday with the Dow losing more than 600 points. Art Hogan of B. Riley FBR says rising Treasury yields hurt stocks, but that the markets will resume their rise because of strong earnings and the economy. Charlie Turner reports.
Stocks lower in early trading after Friday's strong jobs report. Florida's process of restoring voting rights to felons ruled unconstitutional. South Korean officials trying to identify two mysterious North Korean men residing with Olympic ice hockey players. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. stock averages were mixed Thursday. Apple, Amazon and Google parent Alphabet all reported quarterly results after the closing bell. President Trump may approve release of a controversial memo as early as Friday. Charlie Turner reports.
New revelations surrounding the FBI and the Hillary Clinton email investigation. UPS to spend billions to avoid a repeat of last holiday season's delivery backlog. Google teams up with Saudi Arabia to build data centers in the kingdom. J.R. Whalen reports.
Earnings reports from Apple and Amazon are out Thursday. A supplier for Volkswagen could be facing a criminal case. And Fox Broadcasting now has the television rights to Thursday night football. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
US stocks rebound from a two-day selloff. The Fed holds rates steady in Janet Yellen's last meeting. Facebook and Microsoft report earnings. Tyson, Pilgrim's Pride sued for allegedly manipulating prices. Charlie Turner reports.
There was a broad sell-off on Wall Street Tuesday, with the Dow closing at 26,076, down 363 points. Plus, an investigation sheds some light on what led to a false missile alert going out in Hawaii earlier this month. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks fell on Monday, down from record highs last week. The Justice Department has charged eight people with deceptive futures market trading. And the Cleveland Indians are removing a controversial logo from caps and uniforms. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Wall Street's three big indexes soar to new records. The CDC says this season's flu epidemic got even worse this week. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut governors plan to sue the federal government over the new tax law. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Dow hits another record. Intel shares rise after beating quarterly earnings estimates. Starbucks misses earnings estimates. Some banks and credit card companies restricting customers' purchase of cryptocurrencies using plastic. J.R. Whalen reports.
Trump and U.K.'s Theresa May talk in Davos amid tensions. More bitter cold on the way sends U.S. natural gas futures sharply higher. Philip Morris awaits FDA decision on its 'IQOS' tobacco heating device. J.R. Whalen reports.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation. Tesla revises CEO Elon Musk's pay package. 'The Shape of Water' is the early Academy Awards favorite, collecting 13 Oscar nominations. J.R. Whalen reports.
The U.S. imposes new trade tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels. Abercrombie & Fitch's executive chairman is stepping down. And a new audit finds problems with New York City's Access-a-Ride. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks closed higher on Friday, on strong corporate earnings reports. Crude-oil prices fell. Shares of grain trader Bunge jumped 11 percent. And the Supreme Court says it will hear a case challenging President Trump's travel ban. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Apple shareholders could be the big winners in the company's response to tax changes. The SEC says no to bitcoin-themed ETFs for now. U.S. crude oil production could rival Saudi Arabia and Russia in 2018. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks closed lower Thursday, a day after the Dow soared above 26,000 for the first time. U.S. weekly jobless claims fell to their lowest level in nearly 45 years last week. And more companies say they'll boost contributions to 401(k)s. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Trump Administration works to reduce the backlog of immigration cases. The murder rate in Camden falls to its lowest level in 30 years. And the Philadelphia Fed releases its business outlook survey. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow tops 26000, then falls back as a big rally fizzles. General Electric weighs a breakup. Citi reports a big one-time charge related to the tax reform bill. Nestle sells its U.S. chocolate business. Charlie Turner reports.
Dow crosses 26,000 just seven trading sessions after hitting the 25,000 mark. Bitcoin experiences its biggest intraday drop since Dec. 22. GE may consider breaking apart after disclosing more financial problems. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. stock markets are closed and there is no regular mail delivery on Martin Luther King Day. Bank executives see long-term gains thanks to the tax overhaul bill. U.S. farmers and meatpackers expect a second consecutive record slaughter in 2018. J.R. Whalen reports.
President Trump stirs controversy over the use of immigration-related expletives. Tax overhaul bill benefits Wells Fargo's earnings report but hurts profits at JPMorgan Chase. Retailers bracing for nearly a billion dollars in charge reversals after the holidays. J.R. Whalen reports.
President Trump says he has a good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. U.S. to bulk up its military presence in Afghanistan with drones. December consumer prices and retail sales are released. J.R. Whalen reports.
Wal-Mart gives employees raises and bonuses. Proposed South Korean law cracking down on cryptocurrencies pushes bitcoin value lower. Retailers still spend more than $75 billion on advertising circulars. J.R. Whalen reports.
New York City officials want pension funds to divest from fossil fuels. A new report says cheaper drugs are fueling opioid overdose deaths. And lawmakers still haven't reached an agreement on funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
A succession plan for Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett becomes clearer. Higher pay for working at a large company no longer a sure thing. The IRS faces challenges in preparing for changes under the new tax bill. J.R. Whalen reports.