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Lawmakers slam Trump's promise to unleash 'fire and fury' on North Korea
Following President Donald Trump's warning to North Korea on Tuesday that the U.S. would unleash "fire and fury" upon the rogue nation if its threats of nuclear warfare continue, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle slammed the president's comments as incendiary and inappropriate. “North Korea
All eyes on Wall Street after record high
The Dow closed at a record high Friday with optimism from promises made by the Trump administration but some observers think it will be hard for stocks to keep rising.
Barbara Walters Official Biography
Barbara Walters has arguably interviewed more statesmen and stars than any other journalist in history. She is so well known that her name and a brief biography are listed in the American Heritage Dictionary. In September 2004, after 25 years as co-host and chief correspondent of ABC News’ “20/20,”
New York Stock Exchange observes moment of silence for Manchester attack
The New York Stock Exchange observed a moment of silence to pay respect to the tragic explosion in Manchester, England.
Stock market plunges amid Washington uncertainty
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis reports on a decline that saw stocks plummet nearly 373 points, the worst drop since President Trump took office in January.
Market jumps before Trump's tax plan reveal
The Dow Jones industrial average had its best two-day stretch since November, closing up more than 230 points on Tuesday.
Rebecca Jarvis is the ABC News Chief Business, Technology & Economics Correspondent; the Host and Managing Editor of the podcast “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis”; and the Host and Managing Editor of “Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis”. Jarvis reports for all ABC News programs and platforms including
Snapchat co-founders become newly minted billionaires
Co-founders and Stanford University graduates Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are now worth an estimated $5.5 billion each, after their IPO for Snap Inc. started trading at the NYSE on Thursday.
Catholic high school could make millions on Snap public offering
For the students of Saint Francis High School, there’s about to be another reason to love Snapchat: the school is likely to make big bucks on the public offering of the popular social media app's parent company. Once Snap, the parent of Snapchat, goes public, the high school is likely to earn "tens
Snapchat IPO debuts with high expectations
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis is on the floor of the NYSE as Snap Inc. rings the opening bell.