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Once again the markets have demonstrated what they care about the most: the Fed and how aggressive it may be on interest rates, and any threat to the Trump agenda.
Trump needs a real foreign policy, not just reactions to what he sees on cable news, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
President Trump's decision to attack Syria and antagonize Russia changes the anti-Trump script in Washington, says Jake Novak.
The hard part for Trump on Syria is just beginning, writes Vox's Yochi Dreazen.
Foes of higher wages can't stop the momentum in the Fight for $15, says NELP general counsel Paul Sonn.
House Republicans have now openly admitted their top priority is keeping Obamacare alive, says Jake Novak.
You have to run faster even though you're out of breath.
The sheer volume of current “worries” in this market seems huge by historical standards, says financial advisor Michael Farr.
Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro is consumed by an existential fear of all things Chinese, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.
Even if they lose the filibuster battle, here's what Democrats have to gain, says Joshua Spivak.
Stocks rose early in the morning as oil rose, bond yields moved up, and the ADP private employment report was strong.
When you're in a management position, you're often tasked with unpleasant duties
President Trump made the right move by removing Steve Bannon from the National Security Council, says Jake Novak.
The GOP has long criticized single-payer health care as 'socialistic,' yet Trump conservatives think otherwise, says Dylan Matthews.
Floating an IPO, for all the planning that goes into it, is largely a matter of timing and current market conditions are favorable for IPOs.
Internet privacy rule rollback isn't about privacy - it's about who should profit from your data, says ex-CIA agent Bryan Dean Wright.
Republicans who want Susan Rice to testify before Congress are likely walking into a political trap, says Jake Novak.
Three charts explain why it's not inflation that's coming, it's deflation, says Michael Pento.
When it comes to jobs and automation, coal miners know more than you think, says Jake Novak.
Being egocentric can give you the confidence, resilience and tenacity to needed to be successful.
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