There are three key problems in Pompeo's "Plan B" speech which, if not corrected, will gravely undermine Americans' security. » Read More
By: Todd Haselton
Amazon is banning customers who return too many items, which is common for brick-and-mortar retailers, but it shouldn't act like a traditional retailer. » Read More
By: Sean McFate, senior fellow, Atlantic Council
The U.S. is losing it's leading role as a Middle East power broker, and that's a foreign policy disaster we must push back on, says Sean McFate. » Read More
By: Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO
Leon Cooperman addresses the SEC case against his firm, which he settled last year. » Read More
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick on the investing "no brainers" that the market herd is missing.
The Trump administration’s recent actions on trade are in direct conflict with a campaign promise to protect American manufacturing, says Thom Dammrich.
After a decade of taking a back seat to Germany, France is now moving center stage in denouncing what it calls the German "fetishism of trade and budget surpluses" at the expense of the rest of Europe and a wider world, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Americans will spend $23 billion to honor Mother's Day. But equal pay would be a better way to give back to mothers, says Anne York, PhD.
It's frustrating to see an easy solution that has worked for years in other industrialized countries getting overlooked in the U.S., says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
The tone of our national energy policy discussions shouldn't be "us versus them," says Sen. Chuck Grassley.
It's becoming increasingly impossible to ignore a world that seems to want higher prices for crude
Ditching Iran nuclear deal will leave US open to these dangerous attacks, says Notre Dame Prof. Mike Chapple.
Just under half of students that receive Pell Grants are graduating on time. If finances are practically covered, why are students not graduating on time? Nathan Favero has a couple theories.
Here's what Trump must not forget about Kim Jong-Un's murderous regime in North Korea, says Harry Kazianis.
How our allies and enemies will handle Trump's Iran deal exit and what could happen next, says retired Gen. Wesley Clark.
The internet is too important for partisan politics. Congress must codify widely accepted net neutrality protections through bipartisan legislation, says Sen. John Thune.
Contrary to popular belief, most entrepreneurs aren't young like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, this Kellogg professor explains in the Conversation.
Contrary to what a lot of people think, "full employment" is not when everyone has a job. Economist Jay Zagorsky explains what it is in the Conversation.
China is putting money into undersea mining in the hope of maintaining the supply of minerals that make much of today’s technology possible, but such endeavours may threaten marine ecosystems we know little about, David Dodwell argues in the South China Morning Post.
America, with very little help from Europe, has been on a crucial mission to defend and reinforce the centuries-old system of Western governance based on democracy, rule of law and respect for human rights, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
China finally has a spot on the world map for wine ... with a little help from the French, these professors explain in The Conversation.
Disney has the opportunity to quickly reshape its perception on Wall Street — and see its stock soar in the next few years.
Drivers should not be liable for self-driving car crashes. Here’s the real solution, says Blackberry CEO John Chen.
Stock market investors are stuck in neutral. Strong earnings and a decent jobs report didn't move the needle. But you can't do nothing.