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Trump won coal country because he promised to restore jobs. The questions on benefits were less clear, says Jeff Stein.
A number of travel experts are recommending a list of domestic hot spots for would-be vacationers.
A trade war with China -- a country with a $473 billion of bilateral trade with America in the first ten months of this year -- is an implausible assumption.
There's a great transition going on, but the economy needs immediate attention. Tax reform is the key.
No, Trump did not just reignite the Cold War. The truth is, it never ended, says Jake Novak.
Much of what Republicans stood for during Obama’s presidency looks likely to be abandoned under Trump, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
We need more people who didn't go to the 'right schools' in Washington, says Dustin McKissen.
Companies hoping to crack China's growing financial services market need to understand these five things, says Louise Keely.
If approved, the vaccine would reduce the likelihood of another major Ebola outbreak, writes Vox's Julia Belluz.
Trump's tweet about expanding the nuclear arsenal comes after meeting with Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, says Jake Novak.
Everyone's bullish now, but that will get tougher in 2017.
The few scientific voices claiming that our planet is not warming did not get the science right, says Ben Santer.
These college courses provide students with the skills they really need for work, says NYIT's Francine Glazer.
Tapping billionaire Carl Icahn to advise on deregulation is an "open invitation to corruption," says Vox writer Matt Yglesias.
Poker players famously love to "book a win," and with 2016 winding down, investors may now be doing the same.
Donald Trump's words and actions continue to resemble the volatile behavior of an iconic World War II hero, says Jake Novak.
Economist Jack Bouroudjian says he can even see the Dow heading to 40,000 in a decade.
From a lack of screening to out-of-date results, ratings sites such as Yelp are not the ideal place to find and vet a financial advisor.
One of the best kept secrets for the nation's 15 million self-employed is the individual 401(k) that allows big tax-deferred contributions.
As the Dow hovers near 20,000, it's wise to examine some of the lurking risks to the market, says Ron Insana.
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