Explainer: The history of bitcoin
Rebecca Jarvis breaks down the basics of bitcoin, where it all started and why the cryptocurrency has hit record highs
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein appears to have trolled President Trump on Twitter Friday. "Just landed from China, trying to catch up How did 'infrastructure week' go?" Blankfein tweeted at 5:17 p.m. Just landed from China, trying to catch up How did "infrastructure week" go? — Lloyd Blankfein
All eyes in Washington, D.C., will be on former FBI Director James Comey as he testifies today in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election. While the highly anticipated testimony from Comey could well become one of the
President Trump's executive order restricting travel and immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries received a fresh wave of legal and political challenges today following a tumultuous weekend in which protesters took to the streets in many American cities to voice their dissent. Democrats
Goldman Sachs ' $5 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department may seem like a hefty penalty for the bank's role in the 2008 financial crisis , but a large portion of that may be a gift from Uncle Sam, some experts told ABC News. As part of the $5.06 billion settlement announced Monday, the
Bernie Sanders went after his fellow presidential candidate for her exorbitant speaking engagement fees.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein announced that he has cancer, but said he plans to "work substantially" through his chemotherapy treatment. Blankfein, who turned 61 last week, explained that late this summer he was "not feeling well" for several weeks and recently had a biopsy. He then learned he
Newly declared Democratic presidential contender, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, took aim at Wall Street and both former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Republican Florida Gov. Jeb Bush during an exclusive interview with ABC News Saturday, saying “new leadership” is needed to
As Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton wrap up the third and final day of their annual Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, here’s a look at some of the best moments from the four-day affair: BABY WATCH: Despite the exorbitant number of high-profile names on the...
It may only be 2014, but big corporate money and politics are already at work in a bid to secure the 2016 Democratic convention for Brooklyn, with New York’s Mayor Bill de Blasio literally rolling out a red carpet for DNC officials at New York’s Penn Station. Republicans have already chosen