NBR Show Clips

President Trump said the administration will immediately stop making subsidy payments to health insurers that sell plans under the
Affordable Care Act exchanges. And as Bertha Coombs reports, that leaves a lot of questions unanswered.

As House Republicans consider a new plan to allow the middle class to deduct their state and local taxes, Robert Frank takes a look at what it means to be in the middle.

On Friday Netflix shares broke $200 a share for the first time. Julia Boorstin reports.

Eamon Javers reports on the highlights of President Trump’s speech on decertifying the Iran nuclear deal.

Bertha Coombs reports on the President signing an executive order which he says will promote health care choice and competition by making lower cost plans more readily available.

Julia Boorstin reports on Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg addressing foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Robert Frank takes viewers inside the most expensive home in Switzerland — an $185 million ski palace in St. Moritz.

Bitcoin, the controversial cryptocurrency soared to an all-time high today, as a confluence of speculation helped to drive up the price. Here’s an explainer on what exactly bitcoin is.

As physical stores close, retail jobs are disappearing. Courtney Reagan takes a look at where retail workers are seeking employment opportunities.

Just one month after Equifax revealed it had been hacked, the credit reporting agency said it was looking into a possible second breach. Andrea Day reports.

Kayla Tausche reports on the meeting between President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White Hous

Bob Pisani reports on how corporate earnings could fare in the fourth quarter.

Julia Boorstin reports on Facebook’s deep push into VR with its unveiling of the Oculus Go product.

Aditi Roy reports on the impact wildfires are having on some of California wineries.

Steve Liesman breaks down the minutes from the Fed’s last meeting.