Renewed voter anger over greedy CEOs means the first candidate to promise to send a big exec jail would surge in the polls, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Jake Novak
As you watch the first debate on Monday night, keep an eye out for the "fake excuse." CNBC senior columnist Jake Novak explains. » Read More
Denise Galvez, co-founder of Latinas for Trump, says Trump has the right plan for immigration. Here's why.
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The debate format needs to be radically revamped and the first change should be dumping the moderators, says Joshua Spivak.
Jake Novak breaks down the latest polls — and the battleground states he thinks we need to keep an eye on.
Trump is out of touch with what modern families look like today so, of course, his child care plan falls short, says Vivien Labaton.
Forget "national disgrace." Those leaked Colin Powell emails are far more damaging to Hillary Clinton than to Donald Trump, says Jake Novak.
Trump's comments about Janet Yellen are "nonsense," says Brian Ward. In fact, Trump's empire would have been "toast" without recent monetary policy.
With crude oil prices stuck in a tight band, I like these trades right now, says Equity Armor Investment's Brian Stutland.
Why can't Hillary Clinton just tell the truth about her health? Crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall explains.
Donald Trump should ditch playing up Hillary's "deplorables" smear and focus on her continued lack of honesty, says Jake Novak.
Hillary Clinton recognizes that enabling entrepreneurship is a key part of job creation and economic growth, says former Avon CEO Andrea Jung.
With crude oil prices way down, the Middle East should do three things to build its economy, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Donald Trump's assertion that Fed Chair Janet Yellen is biased isn't out of bounds but sanctimony over Fed criticism is, says Jake Novak.
States that used to be reliably Republican are becoming competitive. UCLA Professor Bill Schneider explains why.
A Fed rate hike in September is looking more likely and the markets will see red, says John Kilduff.
Clinton and Trump aren't talking enough about how they'll fix the economy, says Business Roundtable President John Engler. They need to start now.