Steve Mnuchin's threats and gaffes prove he is not the right guy to get tax reform done, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Josh Brown
Josh Brown goes down the bitcoin rabbit hole. He's not recommending it but says you can practically smell that "the stampede is coming." » Read More
By: Kenny Polcari
NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari recalls the 1987 market crash in detail and says it could happen again ... only it would be a lot faster this time. » Read More
Google is hosting a press event on Oct. 4 where we'll see its new smartphone, which should be more interesting than Apple's recent event.
Barney Frank wonders if maybe Trump thinks a Democratic win of one branch of Congress in 2018 would actually help his run in 2020.
President Trump's recent moves prove the Democratic and Republican parties are essentially finished, says Jake Novak.
A Hillary Clinton book signing in New York shows where her supporters still stand, says National Review's Philip H. DeVoe.
The real reason Bernie Sanders' single-payer plan will change everything, says Jennifer Fitzgerald.
Congress needs to pass a meaningful tax cut to fuel the Trump economic boom, says Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm.
Recent hostility to free trade makes no economic sense. We can’t win by protecting yesterday’s jobs at the cost of tomorrow’s.
America’s worst drug crisis shows what can happen when a dangerous, addictive substance is made easily accessible, writes Vox's German Lopez.
President Trump wants to make a tax reform deal with as many Democrats as possible and more than a few just might take it, says Jake Novak.
When excessive optimism far outweighs normal rational expectations, crashes occur — and this will be the case with bitcoin.
Former FBI official John Carlin explains what went wrong for Equifax in those first 48 hours after it announced a massive data breach.
On Obamacare, here's what the parties have to come to terms with before they can find solutions, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
Trump's deals with Democrats and Bannon's threats are signs that the hostile takeover of the GOP is just getting started, says National Review's Jonathan S. Tobin.
Hurricanes Irma and Harvey show us it's time to face reality and take these steps to plan for a warmer world, says Kate Gordon.
It seems I've become a naive country bumpkin since leaving London six years ago.
Amazon and other digital disruptors have raised the stakes. Here are four strategies for fighting back, says Cisco's Andy Noronha.
United Income wants to help people with their spending in retirement.
Time to end this government program that encourages building homes in flood zones, say Professors Benjamin Powell and Phil Magness.
Americans misunderstand practically everything about North Korean—and its nuclear threat, says Nicholas Eberstadt in the National Review.
Steve Bannon's "60 Minutes" interview is a slap in the face to Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and the rest of the GOP, says Jake Novak.