The Fed totally misread the economic situation and now it's freaking out about all the market volatility, says Larry Kudlow.» Read More
According to new research from Citi, if lawmakers can’t stop their squabbling and get their acts together – the sell-off in the stock market could be horrendous.
Business and consumer confidence, the result of an improved attitude toward business coming from the Obama administration, will result in good growth here in the US. Stephen Schwarzman, CEO and co-founder of the Blackstone Group, told CNBC Friday.
If you travel this airline frequently, there’s a good chance you were late for a business meeting or you sacrificed precious vacation time or due to delays and cancellations.
The key to job growth is to revamp the corporate tax code, House Speaker John Boehner, (R-Ohio), told CNBC Monday.
Larry Kudlow is hearing from his beltway sources that the President may have put politics ahead of national security in the wake of the Libya attacks that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.
As the Japanese race the clock to avert a nuclear meltdown at a power plant, House Speaker John Boehner, (R-Ohio), told CNBC Monday that the US needs to assess both the Japanese situation and its own relationship with nuclear energy.
Proud coal mining families have dotted parts of the Eastern United States since the Industrial Revolution began. But President Obama doesn’t seem to care!
The recent spike in crude oil prices will be evident in headline inflation gauges but will have a "very limited effect on core" ones, former Fed vice chairman Don Kohn told CNBC Friday.
Discussing the influence of the election on Wall Street and Main Street, with James Pethokoukis, U.S. News & World Report assistant managing editor of money & business; Arthur Laffer, Laffer Associates chairman; Greg Valliere, Stanford Financial Group chief political strategist; Jared Bernstein, Economic Policy Institute & CNBC contributor; and CNBC's Larry Kudlow
One of the most significant legacies of TARP is that it has increased the chance of more bailouts, Neil Barofsky, the government program’s special inspector general, told CNBC Wednesday.
The economy and investment opportunities, with Wayne Angell, former Federal Reserve governor & Angell Economics Principal; Don Luskin, Trend Macro; Arthur Laffer, Laffer Associates chairman; Ben Stein, author & economist; Brian Wesbury, First Trust Advisors and CNBC's Larry Kudlow
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will propose a further cut in the state's corporate tax rate during his budget address in February, the governor told CNBC Wednesday.
GOP strategists try and identify anyone and everyone they think could possibly damage their campaign. But they never saw this guy coming.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie expressed disappointment in President Obama’s failure to commit to aggressive budget cuts and entitlement reform in last night’s State of the Union speech. In a CNBC interview that will run tonight on my show, the governor contrasted his New Jersey efforts to slash spending and reform government-union pensions and health benefits with the president’s weak approach.
Published reports suggest that, perhaps, not all Democrats are as staunchly behind President Obama as he would have you believe. But that doesn’t surprise Larry Kudlow.
Larry Kudlowâ??s exclusive interview with World Bank President Robert Zoellick.
CNBC stars weigh in on the big questions for global finance in the new year.
Discussing Super Tuesday and how it could impact your wallet, with Ben Stein, author & economist; Andy Busch, BMO Capital; Don Luskin, Trend Macro; Steve Forbes, Forbes Magazine CEO; Jim LaCamp, RBC Dain Rauscher; and CNBC's Larry Kudlow, John Harwood & Carl Quintanilla
I recently sat down with George W. Bush to discuss his new book, Decision Points. With the greatest respect to the former president, he and I disagreed on a number of issues, and let each other know about it.
With Chicago ending its very acrimonious and very closely watched teacher’s strike on Tuesday, Larry Kudlow asks who won – and what did they get?