Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what might happen to the number of uninsured if the Republican-backed health care bill becomes law? Plus, why some truckers are getting new, potentially lucrative perks.

Why are home sales falling? Because there are crazy few affordable homes for sale.

A new technology startup called Genome Medical has a plan to address the shortage of genetic counselors.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why aren’t homebuilders benefitting from the meager supply of homes for sale?

Plus, the White House outlines its budget priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why aren’t homebuilders benefitting from the meager supply of homes for sale?

Plus, the White House outlines its budget priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.

Stocks traded mostly higher on Tuesday as hope around the Trump trade was renewed among investors.

Trump promised not to touch Social Security and Medicare, but most everything just got proven fair game.

But tighter security comes with a level of disruption that consumers and businesses have been loath to accept, James Rubin says.

Sears agreed to extend a portion of its $500 million secured loan facility and to annuitize $515 million of its pension obligations.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Ford replaces its CEO, but is it enough to reverse the automaker’s stock decline?

Plus, the high school whiz kids who may one day be the next Janet Yellen.

Morgan Brennan reports the details from the massive arms deal President Trump inked with Saudi Arabia.

As Netflix marks its fifteenth year as a public company, Julia Boorstin takes a look at what may be next for the streaming giant.

Phil LeBeau reports on Ford’s decision to oust Mark Fields and replace him with James Hackett.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Ford replaces its CEO, but is it enough to reverse the automaker’s stock decline?

Plus, the high school whiz kids who may one day be the next Janet Yellen.