Republicans want to cut taxes by $1.5 trillion and offset those cuts with ... wishful thinking, says National Review's Kevin Williamson. » Read More
By: Bart Chilton
Former financial regulator Bart Chilton says if bitcoin’s wild swings happened on his watch, he would’ve launched an investigation. » Read More
By: Richard X. Bove
If the Fed were a private financial institution, it would be insolvent, says equity research analyst Dick Bove. » Read More
By: John Rutledge
Investor John Rutledge says the Fed doesn’t understand the pain it has just unleashed on the economy and the market. » Read More
Too much money has poured into digital health in recent years, but there will still be positive outcomes.
Trump's slippery stance on DACA is just the latest in his weak negotiations, says Ben Shapiro in National Review.
This brave new world of robot caregivers won’t take shape unless they're user-friendly and intuitive, says Cynthia Matuszek.
Drama over the debt ceiling is a waste of time, since it is always raised, says Peter Boockvar.
Trump's nixing of DACA protections puts pressure on Congress to prove how much it really supports the "Dreamers," says Jake Novak.
Three short-term and long-term steps the U.S. should take to rein in North Korea's nuclear threat, says Retired General Wesley Clark.
Ending DACA gives Congress the chance to finally put in place a compassionate immigration policy, says Hector Barreto,
Ending DACA is wrong on every level. Here's what we really need to do about immigration, says Prof. Rodolfo Monterrosa.
President Trump, like Obama, does not have constitutional authority to remove the legal limbo for immigrants, says National Review's Andrew McCarthy.
America's military needs to view extreme weather as a major national security risk, says Sherri Goodman.
There are two reasons that Bernie Sanders towers over other national political leaders in public support, the Hill's Brent Budowsky says.
The death of a major economic concept is riling many economists and analysts.
China says it won't allow North Korea tensions to turn into conflict — it's clear meaningful dialogue is broken, Michael Ivanovitch says.
Soda taxes hurt the economy, Jake Novak says cities should instead tax rich NFL teams every time they screw up.
If pollsters are to be believed, half of all Germans eligible to vote will be glued to their television sets on Sunday evening.
When it comes to investing, most individuals are consistently bad at timing market moves, although there are signs they are getting better.
We send kids to camp to get tools for life. Turney Duff went to an adult summer camp, to check back in on success—and how some very successful people approach it.
Harvey's devastation reveals major risks in US energy infrastructure. Here are five lessons we must learn, says Jason Bordoff.
August's jobs growth came in lower-than-expected. Here's what you really need to know about the jobs report, says Economist Mark Zandi.
The Trump administration’s efforts to tighten import restrictions on behalf of favored industries will harm economic growth, says former Bush trade official Daniel Pearson.