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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.
Another record day for stocks. Also, former Equifax CEO grilled over delay in reporting the company's massive data breach. Plus, the U.S. Postal Service expected to raise prices after missing pension payments. J.R. Whalen reports.
Investigators in Las Vegas are questioning Stephen Paddock's girlfriend to learn more about the motive behind Sunday's deadly shooting. Also, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he is not resigning despite rumors of conflict inside the White House. J.R. Whalen reports.
Police in Las Vegas have found dozens of firearms linked to Stephen Paddock, who killed more than 50 people in Las Vegas on Sunday; Equifax's former CEO faces House members over the massive data breach; General Motors and Ford report strong September auto sales. JR. Whalen reports.
President Trump calls the Las Vegas shooting an 'act of evil.'; Facebook to hire ad reviewers to ensure compliance with its policies; Three Americans win Nobel prize for work in researching molecular clocks. J.R. Whalen reports.
A mass shooting in Las Vegas leaves dozens dead, hundreds more wounded. John Wordock reports.
Stocks and government yields waver on fresh tensions out of North Korea. Senator John McCain says he will vote against the latest GOP effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. Uber loses its license in London. Jennifer Strong reports.
Stock indexes end a winning streak. Facebook will give Russian-backed ads purchased during the presidential campaign to investigators. President Donald Trump expands U.S. authority to sanction North Korea. Jennifer Strong reports.
President Trump threatens North Korea in U.N. speech. Equifax called on experts to handle an incident on its networks months before the recent massive hack. Japan's Nikkei reaches an important milestone. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Dow and S&P climb to new records ahead of the Fed's two-day policy meeting. Honda's expanding payroll to build the new Accord. Taco Bell plans to add 300 restaurants over the next five years. Charlie Turner reports.
More fresh records on Wall Street. Trump's national security adviser promoted a Middle East nuclear power project involving Russian companies. Federal government being sued over smartphone searches at border crossings. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Senate approves a contentious deal struck between President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders. A severe shortage of construction workers is expected to cause widespread delays as Texas rebuilds from Hurricane Harvey. Jennifer Strong reports.
The Nasdaq saw its biggest weekly gain of the year. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans are urging President Donald Trump to keep DACA, a program that protects young undocumented immigrants from deportation. Jennifer Strong reports.