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Weakness is this key labor measure could spell trouble for corporate profits and economic growth, says Michael Farr.
Trump is wrong when he says Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment. Here's what she does want to do, says Vox writer Dylan Matthews.
Yes, the market is stretched, but the signs that flashed red before the last crisis are, at best, flashing yellow right now, says Ron Insana.
Yes, Donald Trump's Second Amendment comment about Hillary Clinton was inexcusable. But it won't be his undoing. Here's why, says Jake Novak.
Most career advice doesn't apply to young professionals, says Francesco Marconi. So I decided to take a stab at writing my own success story.
Brent Budowsky isn't questioning Trump's motives but can't help but wonder why the candidate keeps saying things that seem to help Russia and ISIS.
Donald Trump's recent comments about NATO prove that he is even more dangerous than Vladimir Putin, says Jorge Benitez, director of the news and information service NATOSource.
Forget the comments about Mexican immigrants, Muslims and nuclear weapons. What could cause serious damage to Trump's campaign is his economic-policy speech, says Jake Novak.
Millions of previously uninsurable sick people are flooding the insurance market, driving premiums sky high, explains attorney Bryan Rotella.
Congress should reconvene, work together across the aisle and push through a funding package compromise now, says Dr. Judith Monroe.
Russia has planted a titanium flag on the North Pole. It's crucial now for the US to reassert its leadership in the Arctic, these two former NATO generals say.
Entrenched special interests are heavily invested in maintaining the failing status quo in our education system, says Scott McNealy.
These recent comments by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer are the epitome of Silicon Valley arrogance, says Basecamp programmer Dan Kim.
Here's why Evan McMullin's third-party presidential run won't tip a single swing state into the Clinton column, says Jake Novak.
Donald Trump's willingness to insult and offend virtually everyone could have an ironic twist, says Lanny Davis.
Passing PROMESA was the first step to fixing Puerto Rico's finances. Here's what Obama and party leaders need to do next, says Stephen Spencer.
Trump should appoint advisors who look like, and have the experiences of, the diverse America he says he wants to govern, says Vivien Labaton.
Saving Trump's campaign is likely out of the GOP nominee's hands at this point, says Jake Novak. But there is one thing Trump could do.
Hillary Clinton is using Donald Trump's destructive forces against him to devastating effect, says political commentator Ziyaad Bhorat.