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Here are 10 stocks that I believe will outperform the market in 2017, says financial advisor Michael Farr.
Why would John Kerry divide Democrats and unite Republicans just when Trump is about to take over?, asks Vox writer Matt Yglesias.
If we lose confidence in the integrity of the electoral process, we will 'surrender our democracy,' says cyber-security expert Avi Chesla.
CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan looks back at his 2016 predictions to see where he hit and missed.
Apple and Google are known for their innovation. But this company does it better, says Vox's Timothy B. Lee.
Rick Perry's record as Texas governor is surprisingly strong on clean energy, says Neil Auerbach.
Some are debating whether to stop covering President-elect Donald Trump's tweets, Jake Novak says that would be a disastrous mistake.
Cinnabon got hammered by the internet for its Carrie Fisher tribute tweet. But some tweeters countered that she probably would've gotten a kick out of it.
Donald Trump's election has been good for Russian markets, but the story doesn't end there, says Rauan Khassan.
Reeling from their loss, Democrats have begun infighting. Problem is, they’re fighting about the wrong things, says University of Iowa lecturer Nicholas Grossman.
Is President Obama trying to stick it to President-elect Trump in these final days before Trump becomes president? He's playing with fire, says Jake Novak.
Trump can learn a lot from Europe when it comes to infrastructure spending, says Richard Hurowitz.
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.
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