Consumer Confidence Videos
UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls for general election on June 8
"I have just chaired a meeting of the Cabinet, where we agreed that the government should call a general election," May said in brief remarks outside 10 Downing Street on Tuesday.
Recap of White House Press Briefing on Foreign Affairs & Jobs Report
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Donald Trump Blasts President Obama on Twitter
The president-elect criticized Obama for campaigning "hard" and "personally" in "very important swing states" that Trump won in the 2016 election.
Trump Takes Credit for Bump in Consumer Confidence
President elect chump is vacationing in Florida but he's not taking a vacation from Twitter yesterday he congratulated himself on the economy tweeting quote. The US consumer confidence index for December surge nearly four points to 113 point seven the highest level in more than fifteen years he
Chris Pratt Talks Holiday Shopping, His New Movie, 'Passengers'
The "Passengers" actor talks about his new role and answers a question from co-star Jennifer Lawrence.
Cokie Roberts Provides Some Context for The First Presidential Debate
ABC News' Cokie Roberts joins the conversation to talk about presidential debates through history and how the candidates stack up.
Markets Recover Slightly but Brexit Concerns Remain
Jobs, companies and markets could continue to be impacted in the United States as long as uncertainty remains in Europe.
Obama Discusses Syria, Gun Violence in Presidential News Conference
The president spoke on a wide range of issues after saying farewell to Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
Check Out These Labor Day Deals
The holiday weekend is here, which means big bargains and huge end-of-summer deals.
US Economy Stalls in 1st Quarter
The U.S. economy grew at only 0.2 percent in the first quarter, well below the 1.0 percent economists expected.