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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the return of the low down payment mortgage. But will it help first time homebuyers?
Plus, the second part of our ‘Modern Medicine’ series explores how medical advances helped one woman change her outlook on life.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Delta and the TSA hope they found a solution to those long airport security lines.
And, how the Department of Defense is helping doctors do things that just a few years ago would have seemed like science fiction. The first part of our ‘Modern Medicine’ series begins tonight.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Americans are buying new homes at the fastest pace in eight years. What’s behind the surge?
And, are muscle cars strong enough to protect you during common collisions?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why consumers on the health exchanges may be in for sticker shock. And, an old fashioned business strategy that helped an entrepreneur make his millions.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what the world’s largest retailer has working in its favor.
And, Amgen’s medical breakthrough that could drastically reduce the world’s top killer: heart disease.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Federal Reserve is thinking seriously about increasing interest rates next month, but one thing has to happen first.
And, starter homes are in short supply. So what’s preventing builders from building more of them?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, if retail sales grew at the fastest pace in more than a year, why are department stores struggling?
Plus, why Apple decided to make a sizeable investment in one of Uber’s biggest rivals.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Apple closes at its lowest level since 2014. What should you do when a big part of your portfolio sags?
Plus, the big energy goals of some very big cities.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a pair of senators want to end long airport lines, but cutting a lucrative stream of revenue for airlines – fees for checking your luggage.
Will it help and will it fly?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Why Disney’s quarter was a big disappointment for investors.
And, Facebook is being accused of political bias and now a Republican senator is looking for answers.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Is the peer-to-peer lending business model viable?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report… Fewer jobs were created last month than expected. Has the economy lost its momentum?
Plus, meet the three guys who turned their fix-it hobby into a big business.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a massive fire rages through the Canadian city that’s home to the world’s third largest reserve of crude.
And, Verizon’s striking workers take their concerns right to shareholders.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what the race for the White House may mean for the market and your money.
Plus, a man, his son, a Tesla and a new twist on long-distance ride sharing.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are the three things that drove the recent market rally starting to reverse?
And, Johnson & Johnson loses another talcum powder cancer case. The company says it will appeal, but should investors be concerned?