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Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor did something most politicians don't do: He put kids first. But, here's what he didn't say.
Draining the swamp that gives rise to extremism and terrorism is a generational endeavor. The West's policies warrant review, says David Phillips.
Here's how the government can help entrepreneurs create opportunity—and the all-important jobs—in the year ahead, says this Ernst & Young executive.
It's time for energy utilities and grids to cut the old-school cord, says Terry Tamminen.
Trying to pick an absolute bottom in any market is a fool’s errand, but there are a few signs that a turn may be coming, says "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly.
As the global coalition for growth expands, it's important that each new addition adds value and has a clearly defined role, says this Treasury official.
China's stock market is no longer like a casino — it's behaving more like the US market, according to research from these NYU Stern professors.
Gas prices may be at their lowest in five years but wait just a second before you go raising gas taxes, says Jake Novak.
Statistically, the market has finished up in years ending in 5. 2015 may snap that streak. Here's why, says Ron Insana.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's visit to the U.S. this week is important for economic growth on both sides of the border, says Sec. Pritzker.
Here's the one number Congress and the president need to keep in mind in 2015, says former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Uber's "surge pricing" at peak times has sparked a firestorm of "Uber rage" on Twitter. Is there any ethical wrongdoing here?
The outcome of the Greek election could reframe the euro-zone crisis in terms of debt relief and have global repercussions, says Dan Steinbock.
Oil, the new Congress and other factors are shaping up to create a new U.S. renaissance, Larry Kudlow says.
Forget the naysayers. There is a real silver lining to the drop in oil prices, says Larry Kudlow.
Key indicators — including steak, strippers and sweet rides — suggest 2015 could be the year Wall Street and its big spender ways comes back!
North Korea has never before demonstrated any advanced hacking capabilities, says Scott Borg of the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit.
It may be a new year but Wall Street still has a really big problem, says Thomas Robinson of the CFA Institute.
Quick, hide your brains! Here's a snap-together cabin designed to help you survive a zombie apocalypse. Mggggh...
Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.