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By: Jake Novak
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Ambassador Joseph DeTrani breaks down the options on North Korea in the Cipher Brief.
Unprecedented is an overused word in financial markets — but this time it's justified.
The security flare-up on the Korean Peninsula will show whether an acceptable modus vivendi can be found between Washington and Beijing.
Facebook is fighting through a tangled morass of privacy, free-speech and moderation issues with governments, The New York Times reports.
McCain says he won't support GOP's latest health bill, which reduces it chances of passing but doesn't kill it, says Jennifer Fitzgerald.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is at it again, dismissing bitcoin and predicting its collapse. He couldn't be more wrong, says hedge-fund manager Brian Kelly.
You might think that Facebook is unstoppable but money manager Josh Brown has one word for you: Microsoft. Oh, and here's another one: AT&T.
Former Obama-Biden economic advisor Jared Bernstein explains how we can save $600 billion with tax reform.
How can GOP senators supporting Graham-Cassidy live with themselves? People will die and they will be responsible, says Larry Summers.
Republicans want to cut taxes by $1.5 trillion and offset those cuts with ... wishful thinking, says National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Former financial regulator Bart Chilton says if bitcoin’s wild swings happened on his watch, he would’ve launched an investigation.
If the Fed were a private financial institution, it would be insolvent, says equity research analyst Dick Bove.
Investor John Rutledge says the Fed doesn’t understand the pain it has just unleashed on the economy and the market.
Drug companies contributed to the opioid crisis, but so did lots of other stakeholders, says Glenn W. Simon in National Review.
A greater emphasis on privacy would help create a culture that values security and is willing to put forth the effort to ensure it.