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On Wednesday, the first day of trading after Hurricane Sandy shuttered the market for two days, stocks hardly budged. Is that a good sign or a bad one?
CNBC's John Harwood has a preview of the presidential debate tonight which will focus on foreign policy.
Scathing reports suggest Washington could have helped the consulate in Libya but didn't. On Friday the CIA responded.
Awaiting the start of the third presidential debate, with Robert Costa, National Review; Ann Coulter, syndicated columnist; Steve McMahon, Democratic strategist; and Michael Steele, former RNC chairman.
For years famed investor Leon Cooperman has talked up stocks. But on The Kudlow Report, he sounded a little skeptical.
P.J. Crowley, former assistant Secretary of State, and Dan Senor, Romney Campaign senior adviser, discuss what you can expect from the presidential debate on foreign policy tonight.
Although the latest Fed statement may seem like the central bank intends to drive the economy, no matter what the cost – that may not be what the Fed is really saying.
Donald Rumsfeld says President Obma didn't provide appropriate security forces to protect the consulate in Benghazi.
For quite some time the Fed chairman has been viewed as a driving force behind the rally, but on Tuesday that may have changed – permanently.
Discussing why military strength and national security depend on economic growth at home, with Robert Wolf, 32 Advisors CEO, and Tom Stemberg, Romney surrogate.
After examining the series of events that transpired in Libya, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told Larry Kudlow he thinks the White House has yet to come clean.
Pew Research is ranking Romney ahead of President Obama on favorability. Discussing the poll numbers, and the candidates' debate strategies, with Sam Seder, Majority Report host; Jim Geraghty, National Review; and James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute.
With each passing day it seems the White House response to the Libya attacks grows all the more baffling. Larry Kudlow smells a rat.
NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports on documents released today that show safety concerns in Benghazi; and Paul Wolfowitz, American Enterprise Institute scholar, weighs in.
Washington and Wall Street may be over 200 miles apart, but nonetheless, they seem to be on a collision course and the damage may already be unavoidable.
Larry Kudlow charges that after all this time, the details surrounding the Libya attacks and what the White House knew are getting all the more confusing What gives? With former Deputy Secretary Of Defense and Former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz.
“Al Qaeda is more dangerous now than ever before,” said Rep Peter King, on The Kudlow Report. “Al Qaeda has not been decimated.”
Has company earnings data been more disappointing than investors thought? Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital, and Stephen Weiss, Short Hills Capital, provide perspective.
Barack Obama is rarely at a loss for words, but you may learn a lot more about him from what he doesn’t say.
The outcome of the election could have major consequences on your investment portfolio. How should you position yourself now? Larry McDonald, Newedge Group, weighs in.