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Market behavior may be shifting from buy the dips to sell the rallies: Trader

Recent market action may be signaling a shift in behavior that could make it tough for stocks to get back to all-time highs, trader Keith Bliss says.

Palantir ordered to open books to investor seeking U.S. fraud investigation

The lawsuit alleged that Palantir wrongly barred investors from selling stock in the privately owned company.

Trump's loyalty to the NRA diminishes hopes for stronger gun control

Trump has consistently demonstrated unwillingness to challenge core supporters on the things they value most.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens indicted for invasion of privacy charge

The charge against the governor apparently stems from a 2015 affair.

Senator calls for further protections from 'predatory' monetization practices in video games

Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire is calling for further protections from "predatory" monetization practices in video games.

EPA and Scott Pruitt sued by groups alleging agency violated federal records laws

Two groups sued the EPA and Administrator Scott Pruitt on Thursday for allegedly violating federal records laws.

California agriculture sees 'chilling, damaging effect' from wave of immigration audits

More agribusiness employers in California's ag-dependent Central Valley are getting served with immigration audits.

State pensions and fund companies feel heat over their investments in gun makers

A fresh wave of scrutiny for pensions and money managers that own stocks of gun makers after 17 killed in a Florida school.

Intel did not tell cybersecurity officials about chip flaws until made public

Current and former U.S. government officials said the flaws potentially held national security implications.

Mueller hits ex-Trump campaign officials Manafort, Gates with new indictment

Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, who were business partners, also worked together on the Trump presidential campaign.

GE has been 'brushing things under the rug' for decades, Deutsche Bank analyst says

Among the problems plaguing the company is a collapse in cash flow and a severely curtailed profit outlook, says John Inch.

First National Bank of Omaha bails on NRA-branded Visa card after customer outcry

The First National Bank of Omaha said Thursday it will not renew a contract for its National Rifle Association Visa card.

Kylie Jenner just wiped $1.7 billion off Snap’s market cap, and the worst isn’t over for the stock

A tweet by reality TV star Kylie Jenner has sent shares of Snap reeling, but market watchers say the worst isn't over for Snap.

BlackRock, manager of $5.7 trillion, to talk to gun makers over response to shootings

The world's largest asset manager says it plans to speak with gun makers following public outcry over school shootings.

Takata agrees to settle investigation over deadly air bags

TK Holdings agreed to a $650 million civil penalty over the defect linked to at least 22 deaths.

Muni bonds face 'steep decline' ahead, challenging Trump's infrastructure plan

The precipitous rise in yields and changes in tax laws could jeopardize a critical part of Trump's economic agenda.

Next up for markets: New Fed Chair Powell weighs in on the interest rate debate

Market pros are hoping Fed Chair Jerome Powell will step in as referee in the violent tug of war between bonds and stocks.

Trump threatens to yank immigration enforcement from California

President Trump said California is protecting "horrible criminals" with its "sanctuary state" status.

YouTube made an 'absurd excuse' for why it can't have humans moderate trending videos, says expert

YouTube says it's too hard to moderate the section that helps users discover new videos. A professor calls that "absurd."