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Trump's public humiliation of Jeff Sessions is eroding his support among one very important group, says Notre Dame professor Joe Holt.
With Jeff Bezos new status as the world's richest man, his rivals will be more motivated to move against him, says Jake Novak.
The GOP and the economy would suffer devastating consequences if tax reform isn’t passed, says former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
A Breakingviews analysis suggests that eliminating the costly New York Times print edition altogether would be radical — but not absurd.
Getting a company to open a plant in the US seems like good news. But with Foxconn, there is cause for concern, says Notre Dame professor Joe Holt.
Marijuana advocates promised many things they haven't delivered. It's time to crack down on the industry.
The Fed's latest no-drama statement is a welcome calm in the middle of the Trump administration hurricane and Tweet storm, says Bankrate's Mark Hamrick.
There are a few things Trivago would do differently if it could do its IPO all over again, says CFO Axel Hefer.
Here's why the GOP's 'skinny bill' to replace Obamacare won't pass either, says Jake Novak.
Zoning strategies to limit construction of housing in the most desirable communities will harm an entire generation of families.
The Senate vote to proceed with an Obamacare repeal and replace debate is still an example of political cowardice, says Jake Novak.
Here's what General Motors CEO Mary Barra needs to do next to get the auto maker back into power mode, says Breakingviews' Tom Buerkle.
Trump should resist the urge to replace Atttorney General Jeff Sessions with Ted Cruz or Rudy Giuliani, says Jake Novak.
Take a look at Paul Ryan and the House—they're actually getting a lot done, says the National Review's Jim Geraghty.
China's bureaucrats who once encouraged foreign takeovers are now second-guessing private deals, says Breakingviews' Pete Sweeney.
Many businesses and citizens are once more intensely debating the importance of political leadership and the potentially negative impact its absence can create.
One of the great enduring stupidities of modern economic life is the belief that buying American is somehow beneficial to the US as a whole, says National Review's Kevin Williamson.
The GOP health bill effort needs new leadership in the Senate and smarter help from President Trump, says Jake Novak.
Here are the two big questions for GE's new CEO John Flannery as pressure mounts for him to get the company back on track, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Critics say Anthony Scaramucci's Wall Street background doesn't prepare him for a job in the White House. Here's why they're wrong, says the National Review's John Fund.