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Curbing all kinds of gun violence and other crimes comes down to more funding for effective enforcement, says Jake Novak.
Dark money flowing through the political system threatens our democracy, say Alex Tausanovitch and Diana Pilipenko.
President Trump must dump chief of staff John Kelly in what's become a no-win situation for the White House, says Jake Novak.
Former Celgene CEO Bob Hugin is running for Senate in New Jersey. Here's how he says we need to fix health care.
A sharp sell-off in the Shanghai composite before the Chinese New Year provides a clean slate for a rebound after the holiday.
How can we avoid buying slavery-tainted seafood, and support the brands and merchants that treat their workers well?
As military tensions rise between Israel and Iran, Vladimir Putin can no longer play all the sides in the Middle East, says Jake Novak.
The company hasn't gotten the attention its tech rivals have in recent years, but that should change, said Eric Jackson.
After winning big tax breaks, companies should drive more inclusive growth, says JPMorgan's Peter Scher.
Isn't it great to finally see some of the most stupid and greediest among the investment community get a bloody nose?
President Trump believes that strong economic growth will permanently follow a borrowing spree and continues to
The GOP's midterm elections outlook may be improving thanks to the rising popularity of Trump's economic policies, says Jake Novak.
It all comes down to what business leaders decide to do with extra cash from tax cuts, writes Thinx CEO Maria Molland Selby.
We're witnessing an asset repricing to reflect inflation expectations in an economy driven by excessive stimulation.
Despite its demographic challenges, Japan's economy is chugging along. Paul A. Laudicina explains why that may be.
Snaps has made progress after many missteps, but an unpredictable CEO and a yet-to-be-seen product redesign still signals caution.