The Wall Street Journal's Christopher Dieterich joins us with a look back at the week for stocks. Then, from our newsroom in Washington, Eric Morath has a preview of what to watch next week with the economy.
P.M. Edition for September 22nd: Uber may lose its license in London. WSJ's Sam Schechner joins us with a look at the implications for the ride-hailing company. Plus, Senator John McCain will not support the latest Senate health bill.
A.M. Edition for September 22nd: The Wall Street Journal's Jeanne Whalen joins us with details on how drug-benefit manager CVS will restrict access to opioid painkillers for certain patients. Plus, U.S. authority to sanction North Korea expands.
A.M. Edition for September 21st: The Wall Street Journal's David Harrison talks about the Federal Reserve, which held rates steady but still might raise them in December. Plus, Equifax was reportedly hacked for a lot longer than it previously disclosed.
P.M. Edition for September 20th: The Fed leaves interest rates unchanged and signals a December rate hike is still on the table. Plus, a frantic search for Mexico's earthquake victims and Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico.
In his first UN General Assembly address, President Donald Trump threatened to destroy North Korea if it didn't abandon nuclear weapons. Plus, Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy and Equifax discloses an earlier breach.
A.M. Edition for September 19th: Automakers are filing thousands of patents in a race to develop new technology. Plus, the Fed's policy meeting starts Tuesday and Macy's plans to hire 80 thousand holiday workers.
P.M. Edition for September 18th: Former White House and Trump campaign officials are struggling to pay their legal bills because of numerous probes into Russia's electoral meddling. Plus, President Trump will address the U.N. General Assembly.