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JPMorgan beats profit estimates on better-than-expected credit, record trading revenue

Preview: JPMorgan Chase's fourth-quarter earnings per share of $3.79 beat the Refinitiv estimate of $2.62.

Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan calls for stimulus checks, unemployment support and more

Preview: President-elect Joe Biden on Thursday unveiled his stimulus plan to support households and businesses through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Stock futures slide as earnings season kicks off, Biden unveils $1.9 trillion stimulus plan

Preview: Stock futures were lower in early morning trading on Friday.

U.S. health officials push hospitals to administer unused Covid antibody drugs

Preview: Top U.S. health officials said Covid antibody drugs are being underutilized, and they urged hospitals to prescribe the drugs much more frequently.

Pfizer to temporarily reduce Covid vaccine deliveries to Europe

Preview: Pfizer will temporarily reduce the number of doses of its coronavirus vaccine being delivered to Europe, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

How Michael Avenatti went from battling Trump to fighting his own legal woes

Preview: Michael Avenatti faces trial this year for allegedly stealing from clients, including porn star Stormy Daniels, who said she had a tryst with Donald Trump.

Playtika poised to lead rush of gaming IPOs in 2021, fueled by mobile binge during pandemic

Preview: Playtika and Roblox are set to be the first gaming companies out of the gate this year, with others expected to follow.

Dutch government resigns after childcare benefits scandal

Preview: The whole Dutch government collectively resigned on Friday after a scandal involving the mismanagement of childcare funds, which drove thousands of families into financial ruin.

How IBM influences policy without spending big money on election campaigns

Preview: IBM's head of government and regulatory affairs, Christopher Padilla, explains how it has made its voice heard in Washington without PAC contributions.

Amazon to let automakers use Alexa software to create their own in-car voice assistants

Preview: Amazon just launched Alexa Custom Assistant, a service that lets automakers build their own digital assistants using Alexa software.

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McConnell about to school Trump on political power for the last time

Preview: For Republicans, allowing Trump to continue to be eligible to run for president is a recipe for disaster.

GOP Sen. Lankford apologizes to Black constituents for opposing election results

Preview: Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) on Thursday wrote a letter apologizing to Black constituents for opposing the El...

GOP in bind over Trump as corporate donations freeze

Preview: Republicans are in a bind as they consider how to move on from President Trump, who has passionate support from a large chunk of the party but has become completely toxic in the eyes of more traditional Republicans....

Man known as 'QAnon Shaman' asks Trump for pardon after storming Capitol

Preview: A man who donned fur, horns and red, white and blue face paint while storming the Capitol last week is now requesting a pardon from President Trump.

Marjorie Taylor Greene says she will introduce impeachment articles against Biden

Preview: Newly elected Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Wednesday said she plans on filing articles of impeachment against President-elect Joe Biden on his first full day in office next week. During...

Trump seeks to freeze $27.4 billion of programs in final week of presidency

Preview: President Trump on Thursday moved to freeze $27.4 billion worth of government programs in the last week of his presidency using a budget maneuver called rescission.Under the 1974 Budget and Impoundment Control Act,...

Democrats looking to speed through Senate impeachment trial

Preview: Senate Democrats hope to conduct President Trump's impeachment trial as swiftly as possible to avoid slowing the start of President-elect Joe Biden's new administration, but Republicans have yet to show they will cooperat...

Republicans scramble to contain fallout as donors distance themselves

Preview: Republicans are scrambling to contain the fallout as major donors freeze political contributions and distance themselves from lawmakers who voted to overturn the Electoral College results.Hous...

Porter loses seat on House panel overseeing financial sector

Preview: Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.) lost her seat on the House Financial Services Committee after House Democratic leaders on Thursday rejected her request for a waiver to serve on the Financial Services panel and other co...

Trump tells aides to never mention Nixon after comparisons

Preview: President Trump has reportedly told aides to never mention former President Nixon after comparisons have been made between both men's final days in office.Trump has rep...

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Insurrection Act

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Men's basketball coaches poll

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'Completing the job.' Subdued Donald Trump and aides struggle to get to the finish line

Preview: President Trump and his aides are moving out of the White House under clouds of impeachment and insurrection, but they're wrapping up their work.

Live updates: US on high alert ahead of Inauguration Day as states activate National Guards at their Capitols

Preview: Following the Jan. 6 pro-Trump riot at the US Capitol, officials nationwide up security ahead of possible intense weekend protests. Latest news.

Live politics updates: Biden picks Jaime Harrison, who lost 2020 bid to unseat Lindsey Graham, to head DNC

Preview: Harrison, who previously chaired the South Carolina Democratic Party, lost to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. by 11 percentage points in the November election.

Over 20,000 National Guard troops to provide security against inauguration threats in Washington

Preview: That's more soldiers than we have in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.

Dem lawmakers speculate that Capitol rioters may have had GOP help

Preview: Democrats say GOP colleagues may have helped rioters before the violence. They want investigations but haven't named names

Coronavirus updates: Biden to reveal more about stimulus plan that includes $1,400 checks; Disney ends Annual Passports program

Preview: President-elect Joe Biden introduced a $1.9 trillion spending package. A study finds the pandemic has lowered Americans' life expectancy. Latest news.

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Exxon Draws SEC Probe Over Permian Valuation

Preview: A whistleblower complaint alleges that lower-level employees were pressured to use unrealistic assumptions on how quickly the company could drill wells.

U.S. Expands Chinese Investment Blacklist to Xiaomi

Preview: Smartphone giant Xiaomi became the latest Chinese technology group to be targeted by the Trump administration, with its surprise addition to an investment blacklist sending its shares sharply lower.

Airlines, FAA Tighten Security Ahead of Inauguration

Preview: American Airlines is extending an alcohol sales ban and several airlines won’t allow firearms in checked luggage on flights to and from the Washington, D.C., area around Inauguration Day.

U.S. Retail Sales Fell 0.7% in December

Preview: Consumers continued to hold back on retail spending during the December peak of the holiday season as the country confronted a surge in coronavirus infections.

Behind the Race to Build a Better EV Battery

Preview: Investors are swarming around one of the few publicly traded competitors working on a new technology that promises to charge electric-car batteries faster and give cars a greater driving range.

Fannie, Freddie Taxpayer Stake Won't Be Restructured Under Trump

Preview: The decision effectively ends the administration’s push to ensure that the mortgage giants are eventually returned to private hands.

Jobs Market Has Long Recovery Ahead, Says Fed's Powell

Preview: Chairman’s comments on Thursday are an indication that the central bank’s easy money policies will remain in place for the foreseeable future.

Derby's Take: Lots of Life Left in Fed's Bond Buying, Central Bank Officials Say

Preview: Top Federal Reserve officials have been driving home in comments that they see no looming shift in the central bank’s bond buying stimulus campaign, suggesting the effort will remain in place under its current terms through this year.

WSJ Survey: U.S. Economic Growth Will Exceed 4% in 2021

Preview: Covid-19 vaccinations and the prospect of additional government aid boost the 2021 economic growth prediction by economists.

Mask Makers Work With FEMA, Get Antitrust Protection

Preview: The Federal Emergency Management Agency said it convened major N95 producers, distributors and buyers last week for a first meeting to discuss the mask supply chain.