Janet Yellen is offering a back-to-the-'50s approach to interest rates, says Larry Kudlow. He thinks she's right, though for many wrong reasons.» Read More
According the polls, Mitt Romney's momentum in the presidential race continues, with Scott Rasmussen, founder and president of Rasmussen Reports.
A top congressional Republican on Thursday expressed hope that a budget deal would be reached that gives both parties some of what they want — unless it involves a tax increase.
Discussing Monday night's presidential debate, and the candidates¿ position on take-home pay, with Robert Reich, Former Labor Secretary; Keith Boykin, Former Clinton White House aide; James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute; and Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post.
Although capital gains taxes could rise following President Barack Obama’s re-election, something else signals a positive factor for the U.S. economy, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget said Wednesday on CNBC.
CEOs from more than 80 major U.S. corporations are pressuring Congress to reduce the Federal deficit with bipartisan reform. CNBC Contributor and former auto czar Steven Rattner, and Steve Odland, Committee for Economic Development, discuss their opinions on tax reform.
Democrats were expected to use devastating defense budget cuts as leverage for a deal that would raise taxes on the rich. Did President Obama throw the program under the bus in last night's debate? Rep. Tom Price, M.D. (R-GA), provides perspective.
The Dow had the worst day since June, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman; and discussing the rough day for stocks, with David Goldman, Macro-Strategy; Jeffrey Kleintop, LPL Financial; and Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital. Addison Armstrong, Tradition Energy, also offers insight on Iran sanctions.
In a stunning turn of events, Mike Bloomberg canceled the New York City Marathon.
President Obama is out with a new ad outlining his plan for the next 4 years, with Robert Reich, Former Labor Secretary; Keith Boykin, Former Clinton White House aide; James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute; and Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post.
Wondering what Rudy Giuliani thought of the way in which current NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg handled Hurricane Sandy? Larry Kudlow asked him point blank.
Fed chairman Ben Bernanke has been driving the rally for quite some time, but on Tuesday he may have pulled the plug.
Unless Congress acts, the defense budget is going to suffer over $50 billion in lower spending. Rep. Charlie Rangel, (D-NY), and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, (R-NH).
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.