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Amid the frenzy surrounding US President Donald Trump’s abrupt firing of FBI Directory James Comey last week, you may have missed another alarm bell ringing from the Oval Office with more tangible implications for investors.
Forget the critics. Miss USA provided a real dose of wisdom on health care, says Jake Novak.
Trump doesn't have a plan — or people — in place for key domestic and foreign policies, writes National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Extending oil cuts to 2018 won't be enough to maintain higher oil prices, says trader Naeem Aslam.
Trying to stop an FBI investigation cost Nixon his presidency. It should cost Trump his too, says Vox's Dylan Matthews.
German and France will work to remain anchors of the euro zone, but a fiscal union is likely a distant goal.
An FBI probe of Mrs. Bernie Sanders could kill her husband's progressive leadership role, says Jake Novak.
Hint: Stop ignoring the Constitution when you’re in power, says David Harsanyi.
President Trump is right to consider ditching this time-wasting daily affair, says Jake Novak.
Wall Street seems tamer now, thanks to law suits and diversity consultants. It's time for Silicon Valley to follow suit, says April Rassa.
We invested nearly 500 million of our $2 billion endowment in diverse firms. The results will surprise you, says Alberto Ibargüen.
Firing Comey under false pretenses has fatally compromised the bureau’s independence, says Matthew Yglesias.
Commodities have been beaten up this year. Here's why that trend is about to shift into reverse, says UBS's Dominic Schnider.
To find out whether MBAs have better leadership skills than others, DDI studied data from its assessments of more than 15,000 leaders across 300 companies and 18 countries.
If Trump's America-first chauvinism succeeds, it could replace mainstream Republicanism, writes Victor David Hanson in the National Review.
Here's why now is the right time for President Trump to fire Press Secretary Sean Spicer, says Jake Novak.
If Trump's term is truncated, and I believe it will be, stocks will take a beating, says Ron Insana.
Senator Ted Cruz may be the most hated man in American politics. But now, he just might be the most needed, says Jake Novak.
There are three reasons the oil price rebound can't last, says Robert McNally.
Republicans are passing off massive government interventions as "free market" reforms, Ben Shapiro writes in the National Review.