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Amid the vast reams of commentary and political noise from the newspapers, I've noted a new buzzword that's been thrust into the mainstream.
With the major averages hitting record intraday highs, market signals are strong and vitals are healthy.
Trump advisors Wilbur Ross and Peter Navarro explain why they think Trump's economic plan is better than Clinton's.
The GOP keeps trying to tame Donald Trump. They don't get that he will never change—but they will have to if they want to survive, says Jake Novak.
Although the pace of the transition is hard to predict, we believe that the long-term future of transport will be electric.
Health care costs will be a huge issue for the next president, says Steve Odland. Here's how to fix the problems with the Affordable Care Act.
Hillary Clinton could still stumble, even if polls increasingly suggest she is on track to beat Donald Trump in a landslide, says Niall Stanage.
Clinton's goal is not economic growth, but reducing inequality and social injustice in the name of "fairness."
This GOP strategist says the Republican party is panicking that not only will Trump lose but he will take the entire party down with him.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff wasn't expecting for what he found on a recent visit to Citigroup's offices to chat with CEO Mike Corbat. Here's what happened.
Politicians can get voters motivated to find solutions for this critical, yet boring, problem if they find emotional connections, says Jake Novak.
Both Trump and Clinton intend to end carried interest if elected president. That wouldn't just hurt the rich, it would hurt America, these VCs say.
Presidential candidates leading in the polls at this point in the campaign have almost always won, says Vox writer Andrew Prokop.
When you layer in the presidential election signals, the markets are behaving in a fairly predictable manner.
How can you tell when Trump or Clinton are lying? We asked professional lie spotter Pamela Meyer to analyze the candidates.
Weakness is this key labor measure could spell trouble for corporate profits and economic growth, says Michael Farr.
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