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Not every problem in America—the opioid crisis included—needs to be solved by the federal government, Michael Tanner writes in the National Review.
Twenty years ago Friday, for the first and only time, systemwide circuit breakers shut the market before the official 4 p.m. close.
The market is punishing stocks that miss more than it used to, and it is not rewarding stocks that beat as it used to.
Here's where NAFTA negotiations are going terribly wrong, say these Hill contributors.
Trump's GOP critics could be sabotaging their own political agenda, says National Review's Jonathan S. Tobin.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has been sharply critical of the Trump tax plan. Here, he outlines what he would support in a tax-reform plan.
Tehran's regime is on the march, while American policy stands in disarray, says former UN ambassador John Bolton.
Passing tax reform without addressing our nation's debt crisis is deeply troubling, but I still voted for the budget, says Rep. Renacci.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince has a key goal: sorting out the uncertain market debut of oil giant Aramco, says Breakingviews' Rob Cox.
The GOP proposal to change 401k retirement plans is nothing but a tax on the middle class, says former Acting Labor Secretary Seth Harris.
The GOP will lose the Congress if it fails to learn the real reason why Senator Jeff Flake and others are dropping out, says Jake Novak.
Much of the market's movement follows 10-year yields rising on strong economic reports and rumors of John Taylor as the possible Fed chair.
A firm connected to Sec. Zinke is contracted to do electrical work, yet has little relevant experience, says National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Aramco says it's on track for an 2018 IPO. Here's why "the timing is all wrong," says trader Anthony Grisanti.
If Janet Yellen is replaced as Fed chair, investors should prepare to give up something more: record-low stock market volatility.
Amazon announces a new service, Amazon Key, that allows delivery people to enter your home to drop off packages.
The tone on environmental policy has to change and the GOP has to be a part of it, says 19-year-old conservative activist Benji Backer.
The president is right that the stock market is rallying during his tenure, but massive global tech companies are leading the way.
Hollywood's image of itself as morally enlightened has been destroyed, says National Review's Kyle Smith.
Senator Bob Corker is wrong about asking President Trump to step aside on the tax reform fight, says Jake Novak.
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