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Jennifer Strong reports on a broad decline Thursday that includes all sectors of the S&P 500. The military drops the largest nonnuclear bomb in its arsenal in Afghanistan, and the U.S. led coalition against ISIS in Syria mistakenly kills 18 allies.
Jennifer Strong reports on what economy watchers will have an eye on this week, including retail sales, consumer prices and inflation, plus a report by HSBC says the American dream appears to be more attainable in Mexico and China.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, the military probes a possible Russian role in attack by Syria, Trump considers a major shake-up of his White House team, and the Senate confirms the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, President Trump vows a response in Syria, the Senate deploys the so-called nuclear option, and a White House economic adviser tells lawmakers he could support breaking up the largest U.S. banks.
Tanya Bustos reports on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes stepping aside from the panel's Russian probe, a pending Senate vote to eliminate the Supreme Court filibuster, and Comcast entering the wireless phone market.
Tanya Bustos reports on the Senate's 'nuclear option' in the Judge Gorsuch Supreme Court vote, the deepening divide between the Trump administration and other Western powers over Syria, and why Apple Pay struggles more than two years after its launch.
Jennifer Strong reports on the closing numbers, looks at how stocks fared overall in the first quarter, and the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee calls discussions about immunity for Michael Flynn premature.
Jennifer Strong reports on what economy watchers will have an eye on Friday, as well as Mike Flynn's offer to testify in exchange for a grant of immunity in the investigation into the Trump campaign's potential ties to Russia.