NBR Show Clips

Today President Trump announced the nomination of the new labor secretary. Kayla Tausche takes a look at who he is and why he was chosen.

During the meeting of major world economic powers, one issue on the table was spending on NATO. Hadley Gamble reports.

Steve Liesman reports why the budget, infrastructure spending and tax cuts may set up the next economic and political battle.

As Snapchat prepares to launch an initial public offering that could value the company at more than $20 billion, Bob Pisani reports there are a number of other firms that are hoping to make their Wall Street debuts as well.

Kate Rogers talks to a small business owner to learn about what regulations she would like to see removed under the Trump administration.

Seema Mody reports on the joint news conference President Trump held today with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

As the number of car fatalities hits its highest level since 2007, Phil LeBeau takes a look at whether some new technologies may keep us safer behind the wheel.

Today on Capitol Hill a number of transportation executives told lawmakers which projects are needed most. Morgan Brennan reports.

As crews continue to work on shoring up the emergency spillway at the nation’s tallest dam to fortify the structure, Aditi Roy reports that many concerns linger.

Josh Lipton has the key takeaway from Cisco’s latest quarter.

Retail CEOs headed to Washington today to fight against the border adjustment tax — a topic that has divided the retail industry. Ylan Mui reports.

The major indices reached new highs today. And as Bob Pisani reports, it’s not just U.S. markets that are on the rise.

President Trump’s pick to the lead the Small Business Administration was confirmed. Kate Rogers takes a look at who Linda McMahon is, and what small business owners would like to see from her.

Tomorrow, Boeing employees who are not a part of a union are set to vote on whether they want to join the International Association of Machinists. Phil LeBeau reports.

Andrea Day reports on how some smartphone apps could be leaking personal information.