U.S. Business Day Kudlow's Corner


  • Stocks Down, But Close Off Lows

    Microsoft is reporting earnings per share of $0.72 on revenue of $20.49 billion, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. A look at earnings and how the market is reacting, with Brian Wesbury, First Trust Advisors and Ron Kruszewski, Stifel Nicolaus.

  • The Great Deformation

    David Stockman, author of "The Great Deformation," shares his "gloomy" outlook for the U.S.

  • IRS Employees Face Charges

    24 current and former IRS employees have been indicted for fraud, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.

  • FBI Asks For Tips on Bomb Suspects

    Discussing the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, with Chris Swecker, Former FBI assistant director; Philip Mudd, New America Foundation; and Andrew McCarthy, Former Federal prosecutor.

  • FBI Releases Suspect Photos

    NBC's Jonathan Vigliotti reports the latest in the Boston marathon bombings investigation; and Chris Swecker, Former FBI assistant director; Philip Mudd, New America Foundation; and Andrew McCarthy, Former Federal prosecutor

  • Boston Bombings Probe: Day of Confused Messages

    Insight on the case the FBI is trying to build right now, with Mitch Epner, former federal prosecutor; Don Clark, former FBI special agent; and Tom Curran, Peckar & Abramson.

  • Stocks Down, but Close off Lows

    Art Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets, weighs in on the day's market action.

  • Boston Police: 8pm FBI Conference Canceled

    CNBC's Scott Cohn has the latest details on the FBI investigation of the Boston bombings.

  • Suspect Arrestsed in Ricin Mailings: NBC

    A suspect has been arrested in the ricin maillings, reports NBC News. Meanwhile CNBC's Seema Mody has details on the Senate rejecting an amendment to expand background checks.

  • NBC News: Authorities Have Solid Leads, But No Arrests

    NBC News reports that authorities are looking for a man seen leaving a bag near the Boston blast site, with Joseph diGenova, diGenova & Toensing; and Robert Liscouski, former Homeland Security Dept.

  • Boston Bombing Investigation Continues

    It has been a day of mixed signals in the Boston bombings investigation, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn; Joseph diGenova, diGenova & Toensing; and Robert Liscouski, former Homeland Security Dept.

  • Stocks Rally 1% Across the Board

    Discussing whether the Boston Marathon bombings could spur a correction, with Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance; James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management; and Heather Higgins, Independent Women's Forum.

  • Economics of Immigration Reform

    The Senate's bipartisan "gang of eight" has unveiled its immigration reform bill. Steve Moore, WSJ Editorial Board; Roy Beck, NumbersUSA president; and Heather Higgins, Independent Women's Forum, weigh in.

  • Boston Bombings: Who is Responsible?

    Discussing whether a domestic or foreign terrorist is responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings, with J. Michael Barrett, Diligent Innovations principal, and Heather Higgins, Independent Women's Forum.

  • Will India Buy Gold?

    India gold retailers are seeing an uptick in demand, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Kudlow: Gold Selloff is Good

    CNBC's Larry Kudlow thinks the plunge in gold prices is a good thing, but Peter Schiff, of Euro Pacific Capital CEO, disagrees.

  • Bomb Evidence Analyzed at FBI Facility

    Insight on the investigations of the Boston Marathon bombings, with Heather Higgins, Independent Women's Forum; Michael Leiter, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center; James Forest, UMass Lowell professor.

  • Thatcher's Free Makret Boom

    When did Margaret Thatcher's "free market boom" begin? Jimmy Williams, Democratic strategist and Vin Weber, former Mitt Romney senior advisor, share their opinions.

  • North Korea's Dangerous Show

    North Korea warned all foreigners to leave South Korea, saying they are at risk in the event of a conflict. Frank Gaffney, Center For Security Policy; Jimmy Williams, Democratic strategist; and Vin Weber, Former Mitt Romney senior advisor, discuss.

  • Bill Ackman's Bad Day

    It's been a bad day for hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, who has a big stake in JC Penney and a short position in Herbalife, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly. Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust and Stephanie Link, TheStreet, provide perspective.

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