Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Fed plans to remove the economy’s extraordinary support that’s been in place since the Great Recession. What happens when the training wheels come off?

Plus, will consumers spend more than $1T this holiday season? Some think it’s possible.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Toys R Us files for bankruptcy as the former toy powerhouse becomes the latest victim of the upheaval in the retail industry.

Plus, rebuilding Houston after Hurricane Harvey.

Kate Rogers reports the latest on Toys R Us filing for bankruptcy.

Phil LeBeau reports on why a strike at one of General Motor’s Canada plants is being closely watched.

Courtney Reagan sat down with Best Buy CEO about the company’s first investor day in five years and how it plans to keep growing.

Steve Liesman provides insight into the Federal Reserve’s expected announcement on unwinding its balance sheet, and also, what Wall Street is expecting from the meeting.

In the wake of the Equifax breach, Andrea Day tells us that many companies have no response plan implemented in the event of a cyber attack.

Thousands of Houston homeowners need skilled workers to help them rebuild their homes. But, as Diana Olick reports, that help may not come for awhile.

Dominic Chu reports on the one key takeaway from FedEx’s latest quarterly report.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Toys R Us files for bankruptcy as the former toy powerhouse becomes the latest victim of the upheaval in the retail industry.

Plus, rebuilding Houston after Hurricane Harvey.

U.S. equities rose on Tuesday as the Federal Reserve kicked off a two-day monetary policy meeting.

Social Security numbers exposed in the Equifax breach could be used for tax-related identity theft. Here’s how to head off the criminals.

One contractor laments that as their phone keeps ringing, “You have to tell them it will likely be a couple years.”

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, The Dow records its 5th straight record close and financial stocks lead the way.

Plus, the power of streaming video takes center stage— literally.

Morgan Brennan reports on Northrup Grumman’s nearly $8 billion deal to buy defense contractor Orbital.