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Hillary Clinton's email and Benghazi scandals are the most notable of President Obama's administration. That figures, says Dylan Matthews.
A flurry of IPO filings at the end of last week brought the June total to 17, signaling a turnaround in the IPO market, Bob Pisani reports.
Brexit has created market uncertainty, but these six undervalued tech stocks have little or no exposure to Europe or the UK, says Victor Anthony.
By treating Election Day like any other Tuesday, we're knowingly suppressing democratic participation, says Beau C. Tremitiere.
Tesla missed a delivery target again. That's bad news for a company with big ambitions and a solar deal in the works, says BreakingViews editor Antony Currie.
With the GOP convention just weeks away, anti-Trump movement is getting more desperate, says Jake Novak. Here's why it won't work.
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman says enough is enough. It's time for Mitch McConnell and other GOP senators to do their jobs.
Even in the nastiest divorce, it's a normal part of the healing process for both parties to examine their own failings.
Forget Canada. Here are five countries you can threaten to move to if you hate the outcome of this presidential election, courtesy of Live and Invest Overseas.
Pitting the bulls and bears against each other to see whether "TINA" or the slower earnings story wins out in the second half of 2016.
Donald Trump is losing his edge on social media as Hillary Clinton gains ground with selfies and SnapChat, says Mark Macias.
Here's what Trump and Clinton need to do to win over millennials and get them to the polls in November, says Keenan Beasley.
Half of the adult refugees arriving in the US have college educations and can help grow the US economy if companies are willing to hire them, says this State Department official.
Voters around the world have indicated they're not afraid to take a flying leap. Here's the real challenge that poses, says former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Volkswagen's $15 billion settlement will mostly go to fixing or scrapping cars. There was a far better way to spend the cash, says Ion Yadigaroglu.
The US residential real estate market may seem far removed from the UK, but there is no doubt that the Brexit vote will have an impact, says Jonathan Smoke, the chief economist at realtor.com.
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