Amazon stock plunges after Trump's tweets
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis fact-checks President Trump's claim that the United States Postal Service loses "a fortune" due to Amazon.
Public outrage over the shooting deaths of 17 Florida high school students and faculty last month is bringing pressure on the gun industry from institutional investors. But whether that pressure will result in real change -- on society or the financial industry -- is unclear. States like New Jersey
"Daily Show" correspondent Michelle Wolf has been tapped to host this year's White House Correspondents Dinner . “This is true news,” Wolf tweeted once news broke. Margaret Talev, president of the WHCA, which hosts the annual dinner held in Washington, explained in a statement why Wolf, 32, made
ABC News' Linzie Janis talks to stock trader Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. on the NYSE floor.
Anxious investors, concerned that the stock market dipped into correction territory briefly Tuesday, are looking for a compass to guide them. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 567 points Tuesday -- 10 percent below its all-time high in January -- and then promptly regained these losses.
While domestic and foreign economies hum along, fueling overall growth in the domestic stock market, related trends are likely to push up prices of commodities and materials. Demand for commodities is increasing globally. Just about every economy in the world, depressed for years longer than ours
The rapper rocks out to a special version of his song live from Times Square.
Episode 5: A bump in the case brings the investigation to a screeching halt when a new witness steps forward, and another narrative takes shape.
"Good Morning America" helps people track down how to get money in the form of lost paychecks, rebates, insurance payouts and more in so-called unclaimed money.