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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.
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether to legalize sports betting nationwide. As Hampton Pearson reports, it could mean billions of dollars for states.
Mike Santoli takes a look at what’s happening in the markets during this late cycle.
Now that the Senate has passed its tax bill, the House and Senate must reconcile their two versions and hammer out any differences. Ylan Mui reports.
This week’s Market Monitor has has three stock picks he says are durable in the face of changing tax policy.
Eamon Javers reports the latest on former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s guilty plea over lying to the FBI in the Russia probe.
Seema Mody reports students at the top business schools in the U.S. are studying blockchain technology and launching cryptocurrency clubs to better understand how to tap into the emerging technology.
While auto sales have been very strong, early estimates for 2018 suggest that demand may slow down. Phil LeBeau reports.
With the holidays quickly approaching, Andrea Day takes a look at some of the toys raising concerns among consumer advocates.
Bob Pisani breaks down the the moves that pushed the Dow to 24,000.