For 18 minutes, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly accomplished the impossible: He got journalists to shut up and listen, says the National Review's Noah Rothman. » Read More
By: Turney Duff
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By: JoEllen Chernow, director of economic justice, Center for Popular Democracy
In minimum wage fight, preemption is being used as a tool to permanently disempower people of color and immigrants, says JoEllen Chernow. » Read More
Hurricane Harvey puts pressure on DC to not repeat the political mistakes and ugliness that ensued after Hurricane Sandy, says Jake Novak.
Here's why Expedia boss Dara Khosrowshahi was a great choice to be the next CEO of Uber, Una Galani writes in Breakingviews.
As Amazon's deal with Whole Foods closes, other retailers are still putting up a fight, says Breakingviews' Jennifer Saba.
Trump is inviting a primary challenge. Here's why someone in the GOP should take him up on it, says Noah Rothman.
Businesses will have little choice but to interact with Trump's White House on some level, says Neal Hartman in The Conversation.
Germany's warning that euro zone policy has stifled reform is getting attention, but the ECB is likely to wait. Michael Ivanovitch says.
To say a McGregor win in this weekend's fight against Mayweather is a long shot is the understatement of the century. Bill Zimmerman dissects the odds in The Conversation.
With 24 hours to go, ticket prices for the Mayweather-McGregor fight are falling across the board, says the founder of TicketIQ.
For departing executives, noncomplete clauses may make sense. But for lower-level employees, they're a problem, says Raymond Hogler in The Conversation.
Trump and the GOP need a win with tax reform but it's not going to be easy unless Trump sells it—and hard, says Jake Novak.
Up until now, 2017 was shaping up to be maybe the best year for boxing of the 21st century. All of that changes Saturday.
Despite Trump's dismal approval ratings, Democrats look like the ones with the most to lose in 2018.
As Amazon seemingly swallows the retail industry, home-supply retailers have their own battle, says Breakingviews' Jennifer Saba.
Those who say Trump will suffer greatly for threatening a shutdown are ignoring history and the current facts, says Jake Novak.
Here's the real problem with President Trump's never-ending campaign, says National Review's Theodore Kupfer.
Powerful tech companies are gobbling up land in California that once belonged to low-income residents, Financial Times reports.
Here are four smart steps Senate health committee can take to shore up Obamacare, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
Trump's latest string of disasters is not helping Democrats the way it should, says Commentary's Noah Rothman.
In the "political cold war" between President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, here's who has the most to lose and what's next, according to Jake Novak.
Wal-Mart's teaming up to sell products on Google Home could spark hope for struggling retailers.
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