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Megan Murphy: Trump has 'almost intentionally removed himself' from health care battle
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics "This Week."
How hot is too hot aboard an airliner? The law doesn't say DENVER (AP) — A mother says her baby overheated on a delayed flight at Denver's airport in a case that underscores a fact of air travel in the U.S.: There is no government rule on how hot is too hot when a plane is on the ground. Emily
JPMorgan CEO shifts topic to politics from financial results
After JPMorgan Chase posted a record $7 billion quarterly profit, the last thing a contentious Jamie Dimon wanted to talk about Friday was his company's earnings. Instead, the CEO of the nation's largest bank vented his irritation with politicians and what he called gridlock that's preventing the
JPMorgan's Dimon lashes out at Washington over gridlock
Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of the nation's largest bank, vented his irritation with politicians and the news media on Friday, arguing that the nation is spending too much time bickering instead of solving real issues. His comments came during calls with reporters and Wall Street analysts to
Starbucks CEO and Future CEO Talk New Business Direction
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and future CEO Kevin Johnson join Rebecca Jarvis to talk the future of Starbucks business.
Donald Trump Announces Advisory Committee of Big-Name CEOs
Donald Trump has enlisted a number of top business leaders for an advisory committee in order to help "bring back jobs and Make America Great Again," according to a statement from his transition team. The group, called the President's Strategic and Policy Forum, will be headed up by Blackstone
Donald Trump's Next Steps, International Reaction to Election
ABC News' Tom Llamas and Martha Raddatz discuss the president-elect's possible picks for top members of his administration.
Congressman Asks Fed Chairwoman if Wells Fargo Should Be Broken Up
California representative Brad Sherman asks Janet Yellen if she will use powers granted to her to break up the bank following the resent fake accounts scandal.
US Stocks Plunge in Wake of Brexit Vote
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis and Terry Moran discuss the ripple effects from Britain voting to exit the European Union.
Financial Markets React to 'Brexit' Vote
The fallout from U.K. voters' decision to leave the European Union reverberated across financial markets.