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One Fed rate hike down and two to go? Not so fast, says Frank Sorrentino.
How do you create a culture of debate without destroying relationships?
Some people are comparing the Trump tax return reveal to Geraldo Rivera's lackluster opening of Al Capone's vault. But here's why it won't have the same effect, says Jake Novak.
It's very telling that Trump doesn't want this health-care bill to be named Trumpcare, writes the FT's Edward Luce.
The DOL's fiduciary rule should be delayed to avoid "massive confusion" for investors, says Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr.
This group is the lifeblood of the economy and the GOP health bill is leaving it cold, says Dustin McKissen.
The record $1 billion settlement the US reached with Chinese telecom ZTE over its Iran dealings sends a strong message to other international firms.
President Trump talked a big game with his cabinet hiring strategy but it's backfiring on him, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.
Under the GOP health plan, 24 million people will "lose" coverage. But here's the real takeaway from the CBO report, says Jake Novak.
The GOP should learn more about what's happening in health care before trying to create sweeping reform, says Dr. Kevin Campbell.
Brexit is back and this time it looks for real
Illegal immigration is way down since President Trump took office, which Jake Novak says may shed some light on Trump's actual strategy.
China's government is using worries about pollution to push for radical changes in the industrial and energy sectors. Investors may benefit.
Bernie Sanders' suggestion for how to fight Trump and right-wing populism could be nothing more than a "liberal myth."
The Fed has painted itself into a corner. It can't extricate itself without creating a mess somewhere in the world, says Gerald O'Driscoll.
Both of these shifts require a great deal of mental stretching from conventional and societal ways of thinking.
Oil could easily hit 2016 lows. Here's what could crater the market, says John Kilduff.
China's "win-win" approach to bilateral ties with the U.S. has been on the table since June 2013.
There’s a theory going around Washington that Republicans don’t want their health bill to pass, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
President Trump wants to cut foreign aid and the Flynn revelations just gave him a great excuse, says Jake Novak.