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Gains for tech help US stocks higher, but insurers skid
Technology companies lead US stocks higher and retailers and travel companies rise after the government says retail spending increased in September
HP and Everest Re jump while Centene and PG&E stumble
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Centene Corp., down $3.12 to $90.56 President Donald Trump said the government will stop making insurance subsidy payments under the 2010 Affordable Care Act . HP Inc., up $1.31 to $21.71 The printer and PC maker said it will return more
The Note: Dark days for Dreamers
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Trump to “revisit” DACA? After announcing the wind-down of the DACA program , the president tweeted Tuesday night: “ Congress now has 6 months to legalize DACA (something the Obama Administration was unable to do). If they can't, I will revisit this issue!” Tax plan on
President Trump cheers Steve Bannon's return to Breitbart News
President Trump is cheering his former chief strategist Steve Bannon's return to leading the influential conservative media outlet Breitbart News after his forced resignation from the White House. Trump tweeted from his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club Saturday that Bannon may be "even better than
Apple testing 3-D face scan technology for smartphones: Report
Jason Tanz, site director at Wired, tells "GMA" about the safety concerns being raised by the new technology, first reported by Bloomberg News.
NYPD swears in over 500 new recruits
NYPD holds swearing-in ceremony just one day after an officer was slain while on duty in the Bronx.
What's next for NYPD's newest recruits
Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly explains what's next for the new police academy recruits.
Apple to switch to facial recognition to unlock iPhone devices
The tech company says eye scanning is faster and more accurate than fingerprint recognition.
For 1st time, US intelligence officials publicly express concern over Russian cyber firm
Senior members of the U.S. intelligence community are for the first time publicly expressing concern that one of the world's largest cyber-security firms -- Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab -- could pose a threat to the U.S. homeland. The acting head of the FBI , Andrew McCabe, told the Senate
Russian firm under FBI investigation offers to help any federal investigation
A world-renowned software company -- the Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab -- says it wants to dispel security concerns about its products by helping any government probe of the company. "Kaspersky Lab is available to assist all concerned government organizations with any ongoing investigations, and the