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Cohn Says New Mortgage Deduction Limit Won't Hurt Housing Market

Cohn Says New Mortgage Deduction Limit Won't Hurt Housing Market

The House tax bill’s proposal to limit the mortgage interest deduction for new purchases of homes won’t crimp the housing market, said White House Economic Adviser Gary Cohn.
Grover Norquist Says House GOP Tax Plan Is a Jobs Bill

Grover Norquist Says House GOP Tax Plan Is a Jobs Bill

Grover Norquist, president and founder of Americans for Tax Reform, discusses the House GOP's tax plan on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Court Denies Arrest Warrant Issued for Ousted Catalan Leader

Court Denies Arrest Warrant Issued for Ousted Catalan Leader

Spain’s National Court still hasn’t decided whether to issue an arrest warrant for ousted Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, a spokesman said.
U.S. House Approves Extending Children’s Health Insurance Program

U.S. House Approves Extending Children’s Health Insurance Program

The House has approved legislation providing five more years of financing for an expired children's health program.
Cohn Says Trump Will Pick Fed Vice Chairman This Year

Cohn Says Trump Will Pick Fed Vice Chairman This Year

President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser said the administration won’t wait long before selecting a No. 2 official at the U.S. Federal Reserve to work alongside incoming Chairman Jerome Powell.
Italians' Dwindling Trust in Banks Comes to Fore as Vote Nears

Italians' Dwindling Trust in Banks Comes to Fore as Vote Nears

One likely reason: a tortuous bank crisis that caused losses for savers and led the government to rescue three lenders with taxpayers’ money this year.
Trump Extending Asia Trip to Attend Summit in Philippines

Trump Extending Asia Trip to Attend Summit in Philippines

President Donald Trump is extending his trip to Asia by another day to attend the East Asian Summit.
Trump Says He Has Little Memory of Meeting With Papadopoulos

Trump Says He Has Little Memory of Meeting With Papadopoulos

President Donald Trump said he doesn’t remember much about a March 2016 meeting in which a campaign foreign policy adviser raised the idea of seeking meetings with Russian officials and then continued
Spain's Plans Buffeted as Arrest Order Issued for Puigdemont

Spain's Plans Buffeted as Arrest Order Issued for Puigdemont

A Spanish court issued an international arrest warrant for self-exiled Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and four others, ramping up pressure on the separatist campaign and buffeting Madrid’s plans to

Trump Vows Retaliation for New York Attack

President Donald Trump is promising to hit back against the Islamic State group “10 times harder” after its followers attack the U.S., like Tuesday's New York City truck massacre.
Trump Calls Bergdahl’s Sentence a ‘Disgrace’

Trump Calls Bergdahl’s Sentence a ‘Disgrace’

President Donald Trump says Bowe Bergdahl's sentence for leaving his post in Afghanistan is "a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military."
Militants in Nigeria’s Oil Region End Cease-Fire, Will Resume Attacks

Militants in Nigeria’s Oil Region End Cease-Fire, Will Resume Attacks

A militant group in Nigeria’s southern Niger River delta, whose attacks on oil installations in 2016 cut output to the lowest in three decades, said it ended a self-imposed cease-fire and will resume
Rep. Jeb Hensarling on Tax Plan, Powell, Regulation

Rep. Jeb Hensarling on Tax Plan, Powell, Regulation

Rep. Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Financial, Services Committee and a Republican from Texas, discusses the House GOP tax plan, Jerome Powell's nomination as Federal Reserve Chairman, and the
Erdogan Links Alleged in U.S. Documents Before Iran Trial

Erdogan Links Alleged in U.S. Documents Before Iran Trial

A trader accused of helping Iran evade sanctions invoked the name of Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as part of a scheme that U.S. prosecutors say was supported by Turkey’s government,
Trump Say American Public ‘Deserves’ Clinton Investigation

Trump Say American Public ‘Deserves’ Clinton Investigation

President Donald Trump said Friday the American public "deserves" a federal investigation of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee over a joint fundraising agreement they signed in
Balance of Power: High-Stakes Asia Tour Keeps Pressure on Trump

Balance of Power: High-Stakes Asia Tour Keeps Pressure on Trump

Donald Trump is about to trade one pressure cooker for another.
How Venezuela Bondholders Finally Ran Out of Time

How Venezuela Bondholders Finally Ran Out of Time

President Nicolas Maduro has signaled that his country will seek to restructure its global debt following one final payment by the state oil company PDVSA this week.
Dark Side at Fidelity: Women Describe Culture of Bias, Revenge

Dark Side at Fidelity: Women Describe Culture of Bias, Revenge

The trouble for Erika Wesson at Fidelity Investments began with an anonymous email.
Six Seats the Democrats Are Fighting For to Help Flip the House

Six Seats the Democrats Are Fighting For to Help Flip the House

The president’s sagging ratings give the party hope for overturning the GOP majority for the first time since 2006.