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Contessa Brewer reports on gift card crime fueling the opioid addiction across the U.S.
As cryptocurrencies rise in popularity, Dominic Chu takes a deep dive to explain what digital currency bitcoin is all about.
Aditi Roy reports the latest on the wildfires sweeping across Southern California.
Steve Liesman takes a look at the economic impact of ending or reducing the deductibility of state and local taxes on high-tax states.
After decades of selling millions of cars and trucks, some auto dealers are considering leaving the business. Phil LeBeau tells us why.
Morgan Brennan reports UPS is warning customers about shipping delays as online orders surge.
Diana Olick speaks to Robert Shiller, Yale University professor, about the effect of tax reform and interest rates on the housing market.
A new report shows that hiring was solid in November, reflecting a job market that’s firing on all cylinders. But could it get too hot? Steve Liesman reports.
Major focus points for both individuals and companies in tax reform is the alternative minimum tax. Ylan Mui reports.
The President made the controversial move of declaring Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, a dramatic shift from American foreign policy for the past few decades. Eamon Javers reports.
Jane Wells reports on the massive wildfires burning across Southern California as thousands are evacuated from the affected areas.
Phil LeBeau reports on Lamborghini’s plans to sell its first SUV next year.
Steve Liesman discusses the economic impact of tax reform after the passage of the Senate’s version of the tax bill.
Kayla Tausche reports the President’s plans to dramatically reduce two national monuments is causing battles between businesses.
Bertha Coombs reports the latest on CVS Health’s $69 billion offer for Aetna.