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By artificially keeping oil prices low, the Saudis get to deal a powerful blow to the energy revolution in the U.S. and Obama gets to take credit for low energy prices and job creation.

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Rep. Stephen Fincher introduced a bill to renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank. In this way, Fincher neatly laid out the mindset of half of the Republican Party: The GOP is the pro-business party.

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Does 2014’s performance suggest a sharps step-up in U.S. economic growth?

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In sharp contrast to public views about GMOs, 89% of scientists believe genetically modified foods are safe.

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The Super Bowl is one of the most popular sporting events of the year. But how popular is football compared to other all-American sports, such as baseball or basketball? And how popular are the teams participating in this year’s game?

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Some of the biggest health insurers are baking faulty math into their earnings forecasts by factoring in payments from Uncle Sam that may never materialize

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I want American businesses to be able to compete anywhere in the world.  But we can’t expect our businesses to go head-to-head and win against state-owned enterprises that are protected from competition and market forces by their governments.

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With two of the most ambitious trade agreements in our nation’s history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, under active negotiation, the U.S. trade agenda is truly at the precipice of opportunity. The only question is whether the administration and both parties in Congress can work together to seize this opportunity.

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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch outlines his vision for how America can succeed in today’s global economy by focusing on trade.

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With Syriza already antagonizing Greece’s official creditors just days after assuming power, there is more and more reason to anticipate a Greek exit from the Euro and subsequent financial chaos.

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