Tonight on Nightly Business Report, reports of progress on tax reform helped lift the stock market, but are some of your favorite deductions on the table?

Plus, a jury hits Johnson & Johnson with a record verdict related to its baby powder product.

Stocks closed higher on Tuesday on renewed hopes of U.S. tax reform.

A study finds that people in Philadelphia are still buying sugary drinks, but they’re traveling outside city limits to stock up.

While it renovates its Fifth Avenue store, Saks is experimenting with new ways to connect with customers.

A default at Venezuelan oil giant PDVSA or sanctions on Iran’s energy sector could jolt crude prices higher, Helima Croft said.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the decline in small cap stocks casting a shadow over the stock market?

Plus, why business is over the moon for those in the path of today’s total solar eclipse.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the decline in small cap stocks casting a shadow over the stock market?

Plus, why business is over the moon for those in the path of today’s total solar eclipse.

The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren’t downsizing as they used to–it’s getting too expensive.

More and more retailers and grocers alike are looking to grab a share of the online food market before it’s too late.

While millions of Americans are watching the total solar eclipse, utilities will be managing a sharp drop in solar power.

Morgan Brennan reports on what the NAFTA negotiations could bring for the transportation industry.

Bob Pisani takes a look at how markets reacted to news of Bannon’s ouster.

Aditi Roy reports on how solar energy lost during the eclipse might affect households across the country.

Robert Frank reports from the Pebble Beach Auctions on this year’s top lots, and what may be causing the slowdown in the classic cars market.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, President Trump’s controversial advisor is out and the markets cheer initially. Is it enough to calm jittery investors?

Plus, what happens to solar power when there’s an eclipse?