Sen. Rand Paul, U.S. Senator (R-KY), weighs in on the Fed minutes today and his proposed "Audit the Fed" bill last month.» Read More
Tens of thousands are rallying outside the U.S. Capitol to demand immigration reform. The "Kudlow Report" panel provides perspective.
Margaret Thatcher's character, philosophy, and achievements made her one of Britain's greatest prime ministers, Larry Kudlow says.
Instead of viewing situations as tradeoffs (high wages leads to lower profits), these authors advise that we think in terms of mutual wins.
Today's paper says we should have seen it coming. The facts were all there says Peter J. Tanous, president of Lepercq Lynx Investment Advisory. Were we really that stupid?
Kim Jong-un is bending to no one. John Bussey, WSJ, and Peter Navarro, University of California professor, discuss.
Can the U.S. remain an appealing investment destination despite being the world's largest deficit country? It probably can, writes economist Michael Ivanovitch.
Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian says the key assumptions of a Cyprus reform program that recently came out of the troika are already outdated.
Most Asian currencies have found it impossible to carve out any sort of trend, regardless of a country's underlying fundamentals. A forex manager looks at the result.
Capital controls have restored a sense of calm in Cyprus. At best, this is a short reprieve if they are not followed by more fundamental decisions, according to Pimco's CEO.
On Friday, Toys "R" Us Inc. pulled its IPO offering, facing declines in revenues, profits and comparable store sales. However, these are only symptoms of a larger issue facing the chain: a business model in desperate need of an overhaul.
This CEO says it's time for business leaders to step up and lead the way to fix the nation's broken education system.
Environmentalist Terry Tamminen argues companies do better when government uses its considerable buying power to help make the sustainable product market.
Charles Dallara, Americas of Partners Group, shares his opinions on the future of Cyprus and Europe, and discusses whether a crisis like this could occur in the U.S.
SBS CNBC Chery Kang reports on the growing threat from North Korea; and Gen. Barry McCaffrey, NBC News' military analyst and Peter Brookes, Heritage Foundation, weigh in.
The U.S. dollar index has increased over 5 percent since the beginning February. So what should your next move be?
In logging its best first-quarter performance since 1987, the Dow set yet another all-time high. Yet this is far from the whole story.
Europe is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result. Isn't that the definition of insanity, asks Prof. Peter Morici?
This week's paltry gross domestic product revision again backs up the actions of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and his market-monetarist supporters.
The once prosperous euro zone which was driving nearly one-fifth of the world's economy is now a wasteland, and it seems only U.S. President Barack Obama can save the region.
Twice in 8 days Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has made unguarded comments which moved markets. And then had to retract them.