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Due largely to increases in Medicare and Social Security, the federal debt is projected to reach 150 percent of GDP in 2047.
"Noted idiot John McCain denounced as an infantile lunatic angrily soiling himself after slandering august personages of DPRK," the state-run news service tweeted, USA Today reports.
"Today in Europe we see the rebirth of nationalism, but in the rest of the world it is the rebirth of empires," says Bernard-Henri Levy.
Republicans have been unable to get their House caucus to agree on an Obamacare replacement that can win enough votes to go to the Senate.
"I hope the market goes down," admits Miller Tabak equity strategist Matt Maley. Here's why.
Kimberly Greenberger discusses the future of retail, department stores and Trump in a CNBC PRO Talks conversation with Mike Santoli.
The White House did not clarify if Trump planned to support primary opponents to Freedom Caucus members.
Russian President Vladimir Putin calls out U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis for spreading "idle talk."
Structural market developments help explain the underperformance of small cap active strategies since the financial crisis.
Everything you need to know about rolling over your 401(k).
Amazon's appetite for upending the grocery market appears to be getting larger.
The retail rout could serve as a prime example of just how much value skilled stock pickers can add.
Deere CEO Samuel Allen also said he is worried a border adjusted tax would hurt his company's farmer customers.
These spouses earn a lot but have a hard time saving.
Stressful people are hard on your brain, says Travis Bradberry.
The fast food giant says it will swap frozen beef patties for fresh ones in its Quarter Pounder burgers by sometime next year at most of its US locations.
Red states are among those leading the transition to clean energy and hundreds of businesses are too, says former Portland mayor Sam Adams.
An American Airlines co-pilot died after suffering a medical emergency just before landing at an Albuquerque airport Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
Why does Mars Chocolate prefer to manufacture in the U.S.? Well, for one, it helps them retain employees, says Mars executive Tracey Massey.