From high profile athletes like LeBron James to former presidential candidates like Michael Bloomberg; high powered names are fronting millions of dollars to pay off former felons' debts in Florida. Story: https://bit.ly/336EEc1
Wall Street lost ground on Tuesday, with halted COVID-19 vaccine trials and an elusive U.S. stimulus agreement weighing on sentiment as third quarter earnings season got underway. Fred Katayama reports.
U.S. stocks fell sharply Tuesday to close lower after President Donald Trump said he was calling off negotiations with Democratic lawmakers on coronavirus relief legislation until after the election. Fred Katayama reports.
Future tax policy, fiscal spending and budget deficit reduction plans are some of the key things Wall Street will be listening for in the first 2020 U.S. presidential debate, chief investment officer Hugh Johnson told Reuters business correspondent Conway G. Gittens.
The stars will unite in hopes that the stars will align for their presidential picks this Election Day. Cast members are coming together virtual from 'Private Practice' to 'Seinfeld' and 'Happy Days' to support Biden and the Democratic party.
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State numbers show slightly more registered Republicans than Democrats turned out to vote in-person on Monday. Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone breaks down the total early vote counts and what they mean right now.
Republicans are running short on time, money and options to stop Democrats from winning a majority of seats in the U.S. Senate, in an election that is now only two weeks away. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
[NFA] Early voting began on Monday in Florida, a battleground state that could decide the Nov. 3 presidential election, while a record 30 million Americans already have cast ballots nationwide with barely two weeks remaining in the U.S. campaign. This report produced by Chris Dignam.