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The Trump budget is finally giving the American people what they need—the hard truth about spending, says Jake Novak.
Trump will meet with Pope Francis, top EU officials, leaders of NATO member countries and the leaders of the G-7 economic powers.
The administration's proposed budget would make deep cuts in programs that heavily benefit the states that voted for Trump.
UK police arrested a 23-year-old man on Tuesday in a fast-moving investigation into a suicide bombing at a pop concert.
An "Arab NATO" alliance hyped ahead of President Trump's Saudi visit probably wouldn't have worked and could have inflamed sectarianism.
The spread between long-term yields and short-term yields has collapsed recently. Here's why that matters.
Herbalife shares fell more than 5 percent Tuesday amid new questions about the company's China business.
There are challenges that make it unlikely Congress will enact sweeping tax-cut legislation this year.
Dissecting the real value of a quantitative investing model
According to a new report, young people are definitely saving — but for different reasons.
Embedded in the Trump administration's budget proposal is a completely ridiculous accounting error, Matt Yglesias writes in Vox.
Some disruptive start-ups have reached $1 billion in market valuation in one or two years. Here's a look at those growing at warp speed.
Goldman Sachs recommends Wingstop shares because the rise of smartphone ordering will lead to better sales growth.
Here's everything you need to know to "be ethical and successful — but not a chump."
Call me a snowflake, but the cruelty of Trump's budget hits too close to home, says Ron Insana.
Bitcoin's meteoric rise took a hit overnight as the digital currency erased, then mostly recovered, about $200 in 12 hours.
"It's hard to know what the reasoning would be," says Alice Rivlin, who was also the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office.
Lawmakers said the document, which reflects the president's broad vision, will go nowhere in Congress, NBC News reports.
Research shows that unstructured interviews rarely lead to better hiring decisions.