President Trump is responding to his weakening political position by trying ever-harder to display strength. The display is not convincing.
Jeffrey Gundlach, Wall Street's bond king and a well-respected prognosticator on all financial markets, painted a bearish picture of the stock and corporate bond markets, as well as the U.S. economy, on Tuesday.
A new round of high-level talks and some potential giveback on tariffs by China was a bright spot in the U.S.-China trade war, but strategists say the peace could be fleeting and the situation could get worse before it gets better.
The Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday reaffirmed its commitment to creating a model program for controlled recreational marijuana use.
So far this month, Vice President Mike Pence has attended the inauguration of Mexico's new president, delivered remarks about President George H.W. Bush and held two formal calls with U.S. allies:
Major endowments in the United States, including those managed by colleges and universities, "badly underperform" market benchmarks, according to a new study.
Verizon's deals for Yahoo and AOL haven't worked out well, but AT&T M&A failures might be worse.
General Electric shares fell as low as $6.66 share in trading Tuesday, a level which marked the lowest close for the stock during the financial crisis a decade ago.
The White House is delaying a second round of payments from a $12 billion aid package for farmers stung by a trade dispute between China and the United States, amid optimism China will soon resume buying U.S. soybeans, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Tesla's legal battle with ex-employee Martin Tripp is turning even more acrimonious. The electric vehicle maker is now seeking $167 million in damages from the former process engineer, Nevada case filings reveal.