President Trump's open vendetta against Obamacare is problematic, says Abbe Gluck in Vox. » Read More
By: Jake Novak
President Trump and Mitch McConnell were united for one reason and one reason only: tax reform, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Tara Golshan
Trump likes Rand Paul. Paul likes to stick it to Mitch McConnell. This ends badly for Trump, says Vox's Tara Golshan. » Read More
By: Larry Summers
Hassett's claim that cutting the corporate tax rate to 20 per cent would raise wages by $4,000 per worker is absurd, says Larry Summers. » Read More
President Donald Trump's new Council of Economic Advisors chair, Kevin Hassett, pounded the leftist Tax Policy Center in his first speech.
After the tragic massacre in Las Vegas, it's time for stricter U.S. standards on building security, says National Review's Kevin Williamson.
The real story in the latest jobs report is the broad-based strength in the underlying data, says Natixis Chief Economist Joseph LaVorgna.
Health care professionals should reimagine how they design and prescribe addictive drugs, says Zaina Qureshi in The Conversation.
Even before Republicans drafted a tax-reform bill, passing a law appeared to be a legislative puzzle, says Vox's Andrew Prokop.
The hurricanes' impact will be temporary — the job market is strong and getting stronger, says Moody's Chief Economist Mark Zandi.
Disney's ESPN is hiring new talent like Katie Nolan from FS1, has gotten rights to Formula 1 racing and is making new inroads into digital.
Trump clearly botched the Puerto Rico crisis. But crisis expert Eric Dezenhall says he’s learned to suspend the rules of crisis management when it comes to Trump.
The rich will probably benefit most from Trump's tax cuts. And, sorry to disappoint you, but...that's a good thing, says Jake Novak.
The absolute horror of the Las Vegas massacre should finally make it abundantly clear that we need a radical approach to gun control.
It's just common sense to permanently waive shipping restrictions on Puerto Rico, says National Review's Theodore Kupfer.
The Equifax data breach proves that Social Security numbers simply aren't a secure way to uniquely identify people, says former FBI official John Carlin.
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan doesn't have what it takes to fix the bank's massive problems, says Notre Dame ethics professor Joe Holt.
Tax cuts have not spurred sustained growth for 20 years, says Financial Times' columnist Rana Foroohar.
Trump should avoid tackling gun control in the emotional aftermath of the tragic Las Vegas massacre, says National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Greedy EU tax grabbers just gave the Trump tax-reform effort a major shot in the arm, says Jake Novak.
The CEO of WorldNet describes the crisis in Puerto Rico and how people are coping with the lack of food and ravaged infrastructure.
Here's a sneak peek of Scott Galloway's new book, "The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google."
The Russian election story further exposes how Facebook has eluded the rules everyone else in broadcasting has to follow, says Jake Novak.
Security firm CEO offers his insight about how you prevent the next cyberattack without stifling innovation.