With the turmoil in Washington taking over headlines, one portfolio manager has a message for investors amid the chaos.
Sen. Bob Corker, (R-Tenn.), weighs in on the departure of Rex Tillerson and the nomination of Mike Pompeo as secretary of State.
Thomas Friedman says Rex Tillerson was "the worst secretary of State ever" but was also an "adult" in the Trump administration.
Tom Friedman, The New York Times, shares his thoughts on Rex Tillerson's tenure in President Trump's cabinet and why this is a "terrible time" to be secretary of State.
John Negroponte, former deputy secretary of State, provides insight to the departure of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the nomination of Michael Pompeo as his replacement.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the most recent tally of Pennsylvania's extremely close special election which may require a recount.
Inderjeet Parmar, professor in international politics at City, analyses the latest moves coming out of the Trump administration.
"It's much better to have a president whose views are understood and known and can be implemented by his Secretary of State," says Michael Pillsbury of the Hudson Institute.
The dollar edged higher on Wednesday after three straight days of losses.
This is the beginning of a fight for economic dominance between the U.S. and China "for the next decade," says Wayne Kaufman of Phoenix Financial Services.
The Trump administration is likely to take "a tougher line" across the board following Secretary Tillerson's departure, says Harry Kazianis of the Center for the National Interest.
Gold inched down and the dollar reversed its losses following U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's sudden dismissal.
President Donald Trump has been injecting uncertainty into the stock market lately, and the jolts and volatility could continue as long as investors worry about trade wars.
John Glaser of the Cato Institute does, however, say the timing of the dismissal is interesting in light of the prospective meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
In addition to technology and telecom import tariffs on Chinese products, the Trump administration is also looking at limiting access to visas, says Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Mike Pompeo, if confirmed as U.S. Secretary of State, will be more in synch with President Trump on foreign policy goals, says Sean King of Park Strategies.
More details are needed on reports the Trump administration may impose tariffs on telecom and technology equipment from China, says Sam Chandan of New York University, in order to understand the potential impact on consumer electronics.
A global trade war would lead to a fresh evaluation of the outlook for U.S. company earnings and the world economy, says Sam Stovall of CFRA.
Trump is in agreement with the UK's stance on the nerve agent attack, the blame is on Russia, the Financial Times reports.
The "unceremonious" firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is "very concerning," Bill Richardson says.