Ulta hit with 2nd lawsuit claiming company resells returned products as new
A complaint filed last week comes less than a month after the first lawsuit filed by a California woman alleging Ulta has a practice of reselling returned products to customers who believe they are purchasing new and unused cosmetics.
Traders stay optimistic as stock market's wild ride continues
ABC News' Linzie Janis talks to stock trader Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. on the NYSE floor.
Friday Rewind: White House top aide resigns
Check out this week's top stories, including the resignation of White House aide Rob Porter.
Dow is now down 10% from its high in January
Some economists said President Trump's tax cuts could be adding to the stock market plunge.
Stocks take another tumble, Dow dives more than 1,000 points
Yet another huge selloff on Wall Street another rough day for your foreign K and postponement perhaps dramatic. Who thought they would soon be retiring the Dow is officially in correction territory filing more than 10% from its all time high there was in the dastardly numbers the Dow Jones losing
White House addresses staffer's exit amid domestic violence allegations
Principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah took questions on the circumstances surrounding Rob Porter's resignation.
Rollercoaster stock market leaves investors on edge
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis explains the volatility of the market and what that could mean for the underlying economy.
Will Trump own the market drop?
Because Trump took credit for record highs on Wall Street; "The View" co-hosts discuss whether he should also take credit for Monday's record-breaking drop.
Kimmel needles 'non-braggadocious' Trump
"The stock market Trump has been taking credit for was down today by more than 1,100 points," Jimmy Kimmel noted Tuesday.
Stock market has biggest 1-day point drop in history
The market has now wiped out more than $1 trillion in value in the first days of February and the Dow is down by nearly 8 percent.