Senate Republican leaders Thursday unveiled a health-care measure that would undo large parts of the Affordable Care Act. Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman says, among the many changes, the bill would phase out taxes for high-income earners.
Nike has agreed to sell some items directly to Amazon.com. Nike had held out making such a move, but the Wall Street Journal's Sara Germano says Nike has been ramping up its e-commerce efforts, as traditional retailers continue to lose business.
Virginia Heffernan talks to Marc Ross, a Republican operative who worked for the McCain/Palin campaign, about Senate backrooms and why he thinks Mitch McConnell is playing his cards right with the healthcare bill.
Before 9/11, the idea of constant government surveillance seemed extreme. Now we take it for granted.
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Kevin Draper to discuss the upcoming Mayweather-McGregor mega-fight. Ben Lindbergh also joins to discuss whether major-league baseballs are juiced. Finally, David Gessner talks about his memoir Ultimate Glory.
Jacob Weisberg talks to the writer Naomi Klein about how the "Trump brand" is the driving force behind the presidency.
Jim Newell and Jordan Weissmann
Tanya Bustos reports on Prime Minister Theresa May's response to the latest terrorist attack to hit London, the Supreme Court considering constitutional limits in drawing electoral districts, and the top executives from the tech industry coming to the White House.
Gwen Jimmere started Naturalicious to sell her home-devised hair care products.
The Welsh journalist on his new movie, the meat-is-murder fantasy adventure Okja.
Teaching your family history to your children ties in closely to wealth, says Michael Cole of Ascent Private Capital Management. He tells Watching Your Wealth's Veronica Dagher that family history is where our values come from.
Rebecca Lavoie and Carvell Wallace are joined by actual teenager and Carvell's son, Ezra Wallace. They discuss what life is like for a biracial teen, plus triumphs and fails, recommendations and an Ezra lightning round.
Hanna Rosin, June Thomas, and Noreen Malone discuss Comey, Wonder Woman, and Theresa May.
The Fed hiked interest rates as expected Wednesday, and David Smith of Rockland Trust believes policy makers will move methodically toward a Fed funds rate of 2 percent. That way, the central bank will have a cushion if the economy weakens.
Virginia Heffernan talks to Matthew Miller, formerly of the Department of Justice, about the Jeff Sessions hearing and just what Bob Mueller could be up to behind the scenes.
Jim Newell and Jordan Weissmann
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates and outlined its plans to shrink its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. BMO portfolio manager Scott Kimball joins Stephen Grocer and Paul Vigna to look at what the central bank did on Wednesday, and what it plans to do in the future.
Instead of making the decision himself, President Trump has given the military wide latitude on U.S. troop levels for the war in Afghanistan. Wall Street Journal reporter Dion Nissenbaum says it would follow years of troop drawdowns in the region.
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Kevin Arnovitz to discuss the NBA Finals. George Dohrmann also joins to talk about U.S. soccer phenom Christian Pulisic. Plus, an interview with Ice Cube about the documentary Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies.
The MoneyBeat crew talks with the Wall Street Journal's Alex Osipovich about IEX, the company at the center of Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys." Then, WSJ's Miriam Gottfried and Akane Otani on what's next for tech stocks now that the bull run has stalled.
Jonathan Mordoch, co-author of "The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty," discusses what wealthy families can learn from families of lesser means.
Colleges and universities nationwide are battling faulty plumbing, leaky roofs and aging electrical systems. The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn says the bill for maintenance has topped 40 billion dollars by some estimates.
The Federal Reserve is widely-expected to raise interest rates this week. So what about the rest of the year? Chuck Carlson, CEO of Horizon Investment Services, previews this meeting and sees even more rate hikes this year.
The Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson previews the week's economic calendar, looking at the Fed meeting, retail sales, and the Trump administration's budget proposal.
What counts as “obstruction of justice?” And, should judges pay any attention to Trump’s Twitter feed?