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1. French election rally: The euro surged 1.2% against the dollar on Monday after pro-European reformer Emmanuel Macron emerged as the front runner to become the next French president.
Even top tech executives think they could be replaced by robots one day.
With time running out on his first 100 days in office and no success yet on the Obamacare repeal he promised, President Trump seems eager to turn attention to one of his favorite topics: Tax cuts.
I've done a lot of interviews as a reporter, but none like the conversation I had with Pinchas Gutter.
The fight over Obamacare's future is now threatening to shut down the federal government.
It may be the toughest job in the aviation industry.
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A full-page ad in the Sunday editions of the Washington Post and The New York Times urged Tesla CEO Elon Musk to "dump Trump."
Far-right firebrand Marine Le Pen and centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron, set to face off in a May 7 French election with major implications for the future of Europe, have very different views on the economy.
China's first big jetliner just passed a crucial test that will take the country a step closer to becoming one of the world's elite large airline makers.
At Tesla, Peter Rawlinson helped design the Model S -- the car that put Tesla on the map.
For a long time Alisyn Camerota was reluctant to describe the dark side of working at Fox News.
They say price limits would be flexible and consumers would pay less if oil prices dropped.
1. Tech earnings: On Wednesday and Thursday, a slew of tech companies will release their quarterly earnings reports. Twitter comes on Wednesday, followed by Google, Microsoft and Amazon on Thursday.
How wealthy your parents are is likely to matter more for young adults than it did for older generations.
This week it was Bebe. Last month it was Staples. In February it was JCPenney.
Apple is producing more than 200 million electronic devices each year. And making all those iPhones, MacBooks and tablets takes an enormous amount of energy.
SpaceX celebrated Earth Day by revealing a stunning photograph of the Earth captured during the company's historic launch last month.
Limiting the number of foreign doctors who can get visas to practice in the United States could have a significant impact on certain hospitals and states that rely on them, according to a new study.