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  • President Donald Trump urged House members to adopt the Senate's budget this week and follow through on tax reform during a House GOP conference call Sunday.

  • ‘Outlander’ season 3, episode 6: Claire and Jamie’s sultry reunion marked the real end of ‘Droughtlander’

    “A. Malcolm” was light on plot but heavy on the sex -- and it worked well.

  • Earnings Outlook: Chip company earnings could be driven by new iPhones, data centers

    High-profile smartphone releases and the growth of data centers are expected to drive another strong earnings quarter for chip makers and related companies, which would put a cap on a strong year for semiconductor stocks.

  • Earnings Outlook: Tech earnings: The iPhone X and other new gadgets that will matter this holiday season

    Gadget companies and Silicon Valley tech titans alike have unveiled a swath of new toys leading up to the holiday shopping season and as earnings approach, investors can learn a great deal about what’s been successful—if they know what to look for.

  • MarketWatch First Take: IBM earnings beat is a product of tax avoidance, and it’s nothing new

    IBM Corp. somehow managed to maintain its rock-bottom effective tax rate and enjoyed an earnings beat and stock gains Tuesday afternoon thanks to a continuing ability to avoid taxes.

  • MarketWatch First Take: Atlassian hits $10 billion market cap, and keeps on going

    Nearly two years after its initial public offering, Atlassian Inc. is heading toward a market cap of $10 billion and is unlikely to stop there.

  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Sunday brushed off harsh criticism he has received in the past from President Donald Trump and said he trusts Trump as a negotiating partner.

  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stood by his previously stated goal of passing tax reform without reducing revenue just days after the Senate passed a budget to pave the way for tax cuts that could add an estimated 1.5 trillion to the deficit over the next decade.

  • Fussell: "Every day is calculated risk"...

    A deadly ambush of four U.S. troops in Niger (as well as Nigerien soldiers) has renewed scrutiny of the American military presence in Africa. Former Navy SEAL Chris Fussell explains why these missions can be so dangerous.

  • $32 O'Reilly settlement raises eyebrows...

    Bill O'Reilly has faced numerous sexual harassment allegations, and he may have settled a $32 million case just before signing a new contract with Fox, according to an NYT report. Paul Farhi explains this development.

  • Obama is back! And apparently addressing...

    Former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush seemed to critique Donald Trump and the impact of his presidency in recent speeches. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.

  • Retirement savings in jeopardy with new...

    Some Republicans may be considering a limit on contributions to retirement accounts in order to pay for tax cuts. Could this target the people who supported candidate Trump? CNBC's Ron Insana breaks it down.

  • Shenon: JFK archives could show how much...

    50 years after the assassination of President Kennedy - the disbelief, analysis, and conspiracies - we may learn a little better what happened in November of 1963. Philip Shenon gives us a preview.

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) says he may support President Trump's tax reform package if it includes tax breaks for middle class families and corporations who don't outsource jobs.

  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says President Donald Trump, who has attacked him for not getting the job done, doesn't receive "nearly enough credit" for his accomplishments during the President's first nine months in office.