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It's looking like a US-China trade deal is near — and Beijing will get everything it wanted

China’s government negotiators are famously tough.

Deadly 'zombie' deer disease threat prompts Louisiana lawmaker to act: It's 'critical' to find a cure

Republican Rep. Ralph Abraham isn’t going to wait for the deadly, so-called “zombie” deer disease to

Retail sales were so bad, it's either suspect data or a recession warning

The sudden and unexpected plunge in December’s retail sales data raised new concerns about a recession,

One of the world's largest crypto exchanges says it's still profitable 'even in this bear market'

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, is still profitable despite last year’s market

Apple is getting so serious about health, it's started hosting heart-health events at Apple Stores

Apple hosted its first health-focused event at its Union Square store in San Francisco on Monday

Democratic Sen. Coons: Trump's border wall is not immoral — it's a piece of infrastructure

Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., said Friday that President Donald Trump‘s proposed wall along the U.S-Mexico border

Earnings forecasts are very negative but here's why it's not all bad

Tax law changes boosted corporate earnings in 2018, and now taxes could take away from profit

Bud Light shames Miller Lite, Coors Light for using corn syrup, but dietitians say it's not that bad

Anheuser-Busch used one of its Super Bowl ads to shame Bud Light rivals Miller Lite and

This is the highest-paid player in the Super Bowl—and it's not New England Patriots QB Tom Brady

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a five-time Super Bowl winner, has been named AP

Art Cashin: It's 'pretty obvious' the Fed is moving to the whims of the markets

The Federal Reserve is continuing to change its tune as officials react to the whims of