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Puerto Rico's crisis showed how poorly President Trump manages a devastating disaster, says Vox's Matthew Yglesias.
Trump is pounding away on the themes of faster economic growth and more take-home pay, says Larry Kudlow.
Democrats refuse to understand Obamacare's failures, and the federal government can't move on, says National Review's Kevin D. Williamson.
It doesn't matter if the Trump tax plan boosts tax revenues because D.C. will keep spending more anyway, says Jake Novak.
If the US fixes its immigration system, trade will fix itself, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Here's the best way for the GOP to ensure that tax reform gets done, says the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Trump's tax plan got cheers from big business, but U.S. workers may be feeling left out of the deal, says Prof. Benjamin Harris.
It seems there are several ways in which the occupant of the Oval Office would simply love this deal.
North Korean hackers' attempts to steal bitcoin prove it's time to rein in the cryptocurrency, says Jake Novak.
New data shows that even small-business owners can't decide if Amazon is good or bad for Main Street. Here's why.
If Republicans can’t get their act together, they will pay at the polls, says National Review's Deroy Murdock.
The massive Equifax data breach is grabbing the headlines but the real problem is the astounding number of errors in credit reports, says Brookings fellow Aaron Klein.
Pundits are spending way too much time focused on what Trump's tax proposal means for the wealthy, says Jake Novak. Here's the really important point.
Trump’s aggressive rhetoric toward North Korea raises these questions about his goals, says National Review's David French
The Equifax breach shows just how out of touch credit ratings agencies are. They should all be abolished, says Carol Roth.
David Golden of Revolution Ventures is skeptical of the direct listing process that Spotify appears to prefer.
Target's decision to raise its pay to $15 an hour destroys this argument from the naysayers, says NELP general counsel Paul Sonn.
Dumping the Equifax CEO was the easy part of dealing with the massive hack. Dumping your old Social Security number? Much harder.
Equifax's CEO failed to prevent a massive cyber attack. But for this scandal, one head is not enough, says Breakingviews' Robert Cyran.
Corruption in college sports is rampant, says Jake Novak. And these arrests should be a warning sing that the model has to change.