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Tanya Bustos reports on the Dow's eighth straight record close, Martin Shkreli being found guilty of three counts in a federal securities-fraud trial, and Toyota getting on President Trump's good side with a $1.6 billion factory.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, including a fresh record for the Dow. Plus, a grand jury in Washington will investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 elections, and Uber knowingly bought unsafe cars in Singapore.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers, with downbeat results from retail giant Amazon weighing on tech stocks. Plus, President Donald Trump fired his chief of staff Reince Priebus and replaced him with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.
Jennifer Strong reports the closing numbers after tech stocks slid without warning, pulling major stock indexes away from record territory. Plus, Republicans released a set of broad principles for creating a tax policy.
Tanya Bustos reports on the future of the European Central Bank's bond-purchase program, the three Trump campaign aides expected to speak with Senate committees, and what a shift for low-income workers means for the labor market.
Tanya Bustos reports on the GOP's failed effort to dismantle and replace the Affordable Care Act, the House Republican plan to rewrite the tax code, and why property developers are pushing for open drinking on city streets.
Tanya Bustos reports on why Warren Buffett's firm may soon become the biggest shareholder in Bank of America, how Blue Apron is struggling to win over investors in its IPO, and where proponents of a $15 minimum wage have found fertile territory.