Jane King has today's top stories:
8 People Killed In New York Terror Attack:
8 people died and several injured as an Uzbekistani man drove a rented truck onto a bike path along the West side of Manhattan. Papers were found in the truck pledging loyalty to ISIS. Miles of the West Side Highway were closed Wednesday morning, which is a major thoroughfare for Wall Street workers to get to their offices.
Tax Reform Will Have To Wait:
Tax reform will be delayed until at least Thursday. Americans had been expecting to see the Republican proposal today. Wall Street has desperately been looking for tax reform that it believes will free up cash for consumers and companies and stimulate the economy.
Social Media Companies Face More Questions on Capitol Hill:
Social Media companies, Google (GOOGL) , Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR) will head back to Capitol Hill today to face more questions on Russian ads. They are under pressure to respond to demands by lawmakers that they follow the same regulations on political ads as advertisers in newspapers, radio and TV, which have to disclose who paid for the ads.
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