Researchers are testing MDMA, known as ecstasy, to treat depression in people who do not respond to current antidepression drugs.

After two straight years of gains, the rate of home flipping flattened in the second quarter of this year.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Republicans promise to release what they call “big, bold” tax reform.

Plus, details on the new “Medicare for All” proposal.

More and more people are opting to not have cable. Julia Boorstin reports on this growing trend that’s changing the TV industry.

Ylan Mui reports on the progress being made on tax reform.

The Department of Homeland Security ordered federal agencies to stop using software made by Kaspersky Labs over concerns about the company’s ties to Russian intelligence. But as Andrea Day reports, thousands of businesses and consumers are still using the software.

Diana Olick reports on how the impact from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma could lead to a rise in the number of mortgage delinquencies.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Republicans promise to release what they call “big, bold” tax reform.

Plus, details on the new “Medicare for All” proposal.

President Donald Trump claimed rich Americans will not benefit from the tax-reform plan that Republicans hope to pass this year.

At least 300,000 borrowers will become delinquent on their loans when banks initiate foreclosure proceedings after Hurricane Harvey.

Ten spaceports are driving the commercial space industry forward, and the FAA said ‘another half dozen locations are knocking on the door.’

Analysts are gushing with optimism over the potential upgrade cycle from Apple’s new high-end iPhone models announced Tuesday.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, all three major stock market indexes close in record territory.

Plus, the national debt passes $20 trillion for the first time in history.

Josh Lipton reports the highlights on Apple’s latest iPhones.

Tyler Mathisen has the highlights from investors who spoke during CNBC’s annual Delivering Alpha conference.