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The U.S. needs to stop hacking by Russia and China, the Armed Services Committee member tells CNBC. [Read More]
The president-elect should err on the side of U.S. intelligence rather than denials from Vladimir Putin and Julian Assange, George Mitchell tells CNBC. [Read More]
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The House is prepared to quickly deliver on two of Trump's promises, Rep. Chris Collins tells CNBC. [Read More]
Trump will continue to soften his campaign rhetoric, Wien tells CNBC. [Read More]
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Americans should listen to Julian Assange's denials that Russia was the source of hacked Democratic emails, the senior Trump advisor tells CNBC. [Read More]
But Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel also described a "nightmarish scenario" that could disrupt coverage to millions. [Read More]
Donald Trump advocates bringing U.S. nuclear capabilities into the modern day, James Woolsey tells CNBC. [Read More]
Trump had "talked about that on the campaign trail," Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC. "It's part of why he won." [Read More]
The stock rally since Trump won the presidency can be explained by psychology, not efficient markets, economist Robert Shiller told CNBC. [Read More]
Recent levels of optimism may be starting to warn about a market top, says Charles Rotblut. [Read More]
"This run that we've had is going to keep plowing through, straight through 2017," Jonathan Golub tells CNBC. [Read More]
"This run that we've had is going to keep plowing through, straight through 2017," Jonathan Golub tells CNBC. [Read More]
"It never got to: Can you, will you, would you with either of them. They're just great friends," Tom Barrack tells CNBC. [Read More]
Steven Eisman told CNBC on Monday he does not have another big short — or bet against the market — but instead has a big long idea. [Read More]
The notion that eliminating the estate tax would be a gift to the wealthy is nonsense, Grover Norquist says. [Read More]
The regulations designed to help prevent another financial crisis have not discouraged banks from lending, portfolio manager Steven Eisman tells CNBC. [Read More]
Regulations designed to prevent another financial crisis have not discouraged banks from lending, Steven Eisman tells CNBC. [Read More]
Steven Eisman, senior portfolio manager at Neuberger Berman, believes the Donald Trump administration will roll back financial regulations. [Read More]
Obama has no choice but to publicly reveal the evidence, NBC News political director Chuck Todd tells CNBC. [Read More]
The Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman says a Russian hack of the election system would not be surprising. [Read More]
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