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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a rally in Roanoke, Va., Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. Trump faces Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton in the first of three debates Monday. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Trump vs. Clinton and the Establishment

The so-called establishment has become increasingly concerned as Donald Trump's unorthodox march to the presidency gains momentum and credibility.

Employees work at their stations at the Target Technology Innovation Center office in San Francisco. At a 21 percent turnover rate last year, millennials were three times more likely than nonmillennials to report changing jobs, and 60 percent said they were currently open to a change in employment, more than 15 points higher than nonmillennials. (Associated Press)

The millennial mindset

A good friend of mine worked in the pharmaceutical sales industry throughout the '80s and '90s. Through those years, he hired hundreds of college graduates to their first real professional jobs. Suddenly these kids used to making $7 an hour waiting tables were making $50K annually.

President Clinton is surrounded by several members of Congress who supported the Long-Term Care Security Act as he signs it into law in September 2000.

20 years ago, Bill Clinton signed Defense of Marriage Act

It's not that a politician can never change a belief or come to a different understanding on an issue. But do we really believe that the Clintons were for DOMA? No. Do we have any evidence that the Clintons were against DOMA? No. Whatever you think of DOMA, who can respect, or trust, such trickiness on such an important issue of our times?

New Yorkers pass a shattered storefront window on W. 23rd St. in Manhattan, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, in New York. The window was hit by shrapnel from the terrorist bomb that exploded across the street Saturday evening. An Afghan immigrant wanted in the bombings was captured Monday after being wounded in a gun battle with police. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Terrorism encroaches on America: Learn from Israel

What a weekend! A bomb exploded in one Manhattan neighborhood, and an unexploded pressure-cooker device was found just blocks away. Meanwhile, across the country at a mall in Minnesota, a man calling out the word "Allah" stabbed nine people before he was shot dead by an off-duty police officer.

A worker steps through the maze of hoses being used at a remote fracking site in Rulison, Colorado. (Associated Press/File)

Oil's price slide creates slippery slope for Russia

The sustained low price of hydrocarbons is beginning to cause substantial pain in Russia: Last month, Moscow again dipped heavily into its reserve fund to plug a whopping hole in the budget. Officials can't keep doing this. The rainy-day funds could be exhausted at some point in 2018.

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Stop Obama's Internet giveaway

The development and maintenance of the open Internet has been one of the greatest boons to the enhancement of free speech and free commerce since time began. But if the Obama Administration has its way, both will be threatened in the very near future - unless Congress acts by the end of this month.