Former White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney plans to launch a hedge fund focused on financial-sector stocks. The firm is named Exegis Capital. Mulvaney talked about the fund on S&P Global's "Street Talk" podcast. He said the fund will leverage Mulvaney's experience in government to find opportunities linked to legislation and regulation. He added that investors "like to think the market moves on fundamentals" but policy out of Washington plays an increasingly important role.
Twenty-four year-old Maria Jose Rodriguez's immigration status means she can't vote in November's election, but that hasn't stopped her from mobilizing and advocating in her community. Libby Hogan reports.
Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain of Arizona, is set to endorse Democrat Joe Biden. The endorsement would follow McCain's appearance in a video about Biden's relationship with her late husband at the August DNC. During a virtual fundraiser Tuesday, Biden told attendees about Cindy McCain's decision to endorse him. It followed President Donald Trump's comments referring to those killed and injured in wartime as "losers" and "suckers.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden warned the United Kingdom that it must honour the Northern Irish peace deal as it extracts itself from the European Union or there would be no U.S. trade deal. Adam Reed reports.