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Trump signs executive actions to review tax regulations, roll back Dodd-Frank
President Trump appeared at the Treasury Department with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
Colorado opens first drive-through marijuana shop
ABC News' Clayton Sandell visits a drive-through dispensary in Colorado, the first in the nation.
Recap of White House Press Briefing on Foreign Affairs & Jobs Report
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President Trump Addresses GOP Members in Philadelphia
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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.
5 Things You Should Know About Dodd-Frank
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis explains the law that regulates the financial industry.
Fed Chair Defends Dodd-Frank Act, Pledges to Serve Full Term
In an appearance before a top congressional economic committee today, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen defended the Dodd-Frank Act and pledged to serve out her term despite criticism from Donald Trump during his presidential campaign.
Congressman Asks Fed Chairwoman if Wells Fargo Should Be Broken Up
California representative Brad Sherman asks Janet Yellen if she will use powers granted to her to break up the bank following the resent fake accounts scandal.
Tim Kaine Officially Accepts the Vice Presidential Nomination For the Democratic Party
The former Virginia Governor says "we should all be feeling the Bern so we don't get burned by the other guy."
Hillary Clinton Talks With Voters Live in 'GMA' Town Hall
The Democratic presidential candidate visited "GMA" to answer voters' questions.