Theresa May ponders rewriting the 1998 accord to assure Ireland there will be no backstop.
Investment guru Sam Zell is buying gold for the first time. Zell claims "Supply is shrinking."
UK Parliament gave Theresa May three days to come up with Plan B. Instead, she will represent Plan A.
Yellow vest protests have simmered down a bit, but this week matched last week in the number of protesters and violence.
PresidentTtrump proposes a three-year extension for Dreamers if they will vote for his wall.
China pledges to buy over $1 trillion in US goods and services by 2024 to eliminate the trade gap with the US.
Tesla shares slide after Elon Musk warned in a blog post that making a profit would be difficult.
Industrial production rose 0.3% in December from a downward revision of 0.4% in November originally reported as 0.6%
Corbyn made not one but two fundamental mistakes this week by ruling out a no-deal Brexit.