Russell Jones, Global Head of Fixed Income Strategy, Westpac Institutional Bank thinks Boehner's tax hike offer for the wealthy is a welcome step but he adds more still needs to be done to keep the economy from falling over.
Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe receives a rare second chance at the top job. And as CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar reports, Abe is hoping his second term in office goes better than his first.
President Obama makes emotional comments on the Connecticut school shootings that have left more than two dozen children and adults dead.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's causing markets to trade in a narrow range. (1:45)
Rick Santelli looks at a recent surge for Chinese stocks and wonders if the country's recent leadership change is playing a role.
Jim Cramer wants investors to know that some analysts will probably cut their price targets on Apple next week. (1:17)
"I had nothing to do with the murder of Gregory Faull," said John McAfee, McAfee founder, talking with CNBC's Robert Frank about why he went on the run when police in Belize wanted to question him in connection with the murder of a neighbor. (12:43)
Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University says Japan needs structural repair and reforms like those in the Koizumi-era, rather than Shinzo Abe's aggressive easing measures.
Back in the 1990's, Mark Bouris shook up the mortgage market in Australia and now, he wants to take on the big banks. CNBC's Oriel Morrison speaks to the current Executive Chairman of Yellow Brick Road Wealth Management to discover his game plan.
Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University says the new administration in Japan must address the increasingly complex interplay between the security and economic aspects of its relationship with China.
Eric Takaha, Director of Corporates/High Yield, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income Group says corporate credit investments can give premium yields as compared to other fixed income sectors.
James Schoff, Senior Associate, Carnegie Asia Program expects a win for the LDP in the upcoming elections, but he says it is more of an overwhelming defeat for the DPJ than it is a victory for the LDP.
Taiwan's reliance on exports has made it particularly vulnerable to the slowdown in global growth. But, President Ma Ying Jeou tells CNBC, the situation would have been more dire if not for closer economic ties with China.
Michael Hudson, Professor and Director at the Middle East Institute of the National University of Singapore says that Egypt's constitutional draft will likely be approved by a substantial majority of voters.
Although gold fails to sustain gains, Bank of America’s MacNeil Curry tells CNBC.com's "Futures Now" the precious metal could push higher. (3:23)
Porter Bibb, Media Tech Capital Partners, explains why he doesn't believe Apple is getting into the business of making television devices. "Apple is a steal at these prices," Bibb said.
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS tells Bob Pisani why he 's concerned we may see inflationary pressures next year. (2:30)
House Speaker John Boehner goes before reporters to again criticize President Obama for not making serious proposals to cut spending. (9:09)
Rick Santelli needs to expand his canvas as he shows the difference between a democracy (not the U.S.) and a republic (the U.S.), and discusses the Federal Reserve's "exit strategy." (2:43)
Lawmakers in the Ukraine get into fisticuffs on the floor of Parliament yesterday, reports CNBC's Melissa Lee. Voting on legislation had to be halted due to the fighting. (0:23)