Heading into final weekend, why Clinton camp feels upbeat The 2016 presidential campaign, which enters its final weekend with Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump, has challenged conventional understanding in two significant ways — both of which add uncertainty to Tuesday's outcome. The first flows from the
Rising wages erode Trump's stagnation narrative You know Donald Trump is not doing well when he goes back to saying everything is rigged. And that's exactly what he did Friday following an employment report that showed a solid gain of 161,000 new jobs and the fastest wage growth since the recession
Disney falls to session lows as Nielsen reaffirms ESPN subscriber loss data Shares of Walt Disney fell to session lows after Nielsen reaffirmed data that said ESPN lost 621,000 subscribers in a month. The stock fell as much as 1 percent, and was last seen trading about 0.7 percent lower. On Friday, Nielsen said it has now finished
Eight down days in a row for the stock market — a coin flip can do that Through the close of Thursday, the S&P 500 had been down eight consecutive days in a row. It's a rare feat, happening only twice in the last 20 years. Whether or not the index closes down Friday (for the ninth day in a...
Government Data Says Jobs Created In October The Labor Department puts out the last major snapshot of the economy before Election Day. FOX’s Jon Decker has more from the White House: Employers added 161,000 workers in October and the data also showed that more jobs were created in August and
Squirrel attacks people at Florida senior center A squirrel eats an acorn during round one of The Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass Stadium course on May 7, 2015, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. DELTONA, Fla. --A squirrel attacked several people inside a senior center activity room, injuring at
UPDATE 2-CMS revokes Alere unit's Medicare enrollment Nov 4 (Reuters) - Diagnostic company Alere Inc said on Friday the Medicare enrollment of one of its units had been revoked effective Nov. 4 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which said the unit had submitted claims for 211 dead patients.
UPDATE 1-Brazil to redo infrastructure concessions to draw investors -source BRASILIA, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Brazil will allow investors to return concessions for road, railroad, port and airport projects that have not taken off in an effort to attract fresh private investment to modernize decrepit infrastructure, a government source
US moves to block North Korean access to financial system WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department has issued new rules to close off North Korea's access to the U.S. financial system as part of an effort to starve it of revenues for its nuclear and missile programs. It follows Treasury's designation of North