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Being "results-oriented" is a flaw, not a boast, says Tommy Angelo.
Rex Tillerson's tough talk against North Korea is really a warning shot at this nation, says Jake Novak.
The Trump trade is creating these opportunities for bonds, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
It's the opening salvo in a battle to reduce regulations, one of the "pillars" of the Trump agenda.
Trump doesn't need more money for defense. He can pay for a buildup by targeting this wasteful department spending, says Jake Novak.
Trump's top executive orders remain on ice — and his top legislative priority is also likely in trouble, writes Vox's Andrew Prokop.
Now that the Fed rate hike has passed, how long will the market continue to give the "Trump rally" the benefit of the doubt?
Passive investing has been a mantra for years. But now, stock pickers are hot again, says Debra Silversmith.
Putin has indicated he's ready to bargain, whether or not the State Department shows up, writes Pavel Baev.
You only have a few seconds, so use them wisely.
Right wing opposition to the GOP health bill hitting a fever pitch. Here's why that's so good, say Jake Novak.
Travel bans and border walls aren't the answer. Here's what Trump really needs to do, says Benjamin Powell.
Paul Ryan's health-care plan is a very good first step toward making health-care reform work, says Larry Kudlow.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said if companies bring back cash to the US it would create a QE4-like stimulus. That's just wrong, says the Brookings Institution's William Gale.
There's a simple reason for why the stock market rallied after the Fed raised rates as expected.
The goal remains additional hikes, but the Fed is keeping its options open, says Lindsey Piegza.
One Fed rate hike down and two to go? Not so fast, says Frank Sorrentino.
How do you create a culture of debate without destroying relationships?
Some people are comparing the Trump tax return reveal to Geraldo Rivera's lackluster opening of Al Capone's vault. But here's why it won't have the same effect, says Jake Novak.
It's very telling that Trump doesn't want this health-care bill to be named Trumpcare, writes the FT's Edward Luce.
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