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Hillary Clinton and the democrats still have a big advantage over Donald Trump and the GOP, says Margie Omero.
Weak jobs report spoils the Fed's plan for a June rate hike, and could even signal that negative rates are coming, says Ron Insana.
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Wal-Mart, the country's largest private employer, should lead the way on paying employees $15 minimum wage, says Christine Owens.
If Sanders beats Clinton in California, the democrats will face their moment of truth, says Jordan Chariton.
Mitch McConnell says Americans are worse off now than they were in 2007. That's just plain wrong, says Ron Insana.