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Republicans caved and paid President Trump's ransom on Obamacare in hopes of getting tax reform, says Jake Novak.
Democrats have let Republicans own taxes as an issue. That's a huge mistake, says Vox's Dylan Matthews.
It's on Emmanuel Macron to negotiate Britain's exit from the EU but he can't worry about punishing or pleasing the UK, writes Breakingviews' Swaha Pattanaik.
The euro's French election-fueled run is pretty much over. But here's what could give it a boost, says trader Naeem Aslam.
Warren Buffett says President Donald Trump has not contributed much to U.S. economic growth so far.
Billionaire Charlie Munger tells CNBC the U.S. health-care system is "ridiculous" in its complexity.
The billionaire investor says the Republican health-care bill that recently passed the House would cut his taxes.
But the Berkshire Hathaway CEO tells CNBC the fundamental earning power of the bank has not been hurt.
When Warren Buffett was asked why he's not buying Amazon shares, the billionaire investor had a simple answer.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says IBM's artificial intelligence unit Watson should one day take the place of humans.
Buffett tells CNBC he wondered if Oscar Munoz had seen the video of David Dao being dragged from his seat.
Buffett backs partner 3G Capital's practice of "trying to do business with fewer people."
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO tells CNBC it's "amazing" how Apple has resonated with consumers.
Buffett tells CNBC he doesn't make knee-jerk reactions after events such as the French presidential election.
Barack Obama's decision to make a $400,000 speech for a Wall Street firm is a blessing in disguise for deluded Democrats, says Jake Novak.
Warren Buffett says he should have figured out Google had a great ad business because he was a customer.
The French elections are the best chance the markets have to hit new highs in the near-term.
Our ongoing troubles with health care stem from an unwillingness to deal with certain facts, Kevin Williamson writes in the National Review.
20-somethings are finally joining the workforce in bigger numbers, writes Breakingviews' Gina Chon.
Senate Democrats should ditch the hyperbole and focus on getting more GOP concessions in the health care bill, says Jake Novak.
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