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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the House delays its vote on health care as tensions run high on Capitol Hill.
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Plus, a new cholesterol drug cuts your risk of a heart attack, but its price tag raises eyebrows.
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Plus, can your dividend stocks thrive as interest rates rise?
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Plus — keeping an eye on the international politics that could rattle the markets.
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Plus, what Intel did to become a major player in the self-driving car industry.
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Plus, details on a new report that accuses Caterpillar of fraud.
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