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Ms. Bartiromo left CNBC after an on-air tenure of two decades. There’s more ahead. She’ll also host a Sunday business talk show on sister network Fox News Channel in March.

RUBIO’S RESUME

Further proof that Sen. Marco Rubio is honing the foreign policy portion of his resume for 2016. The Florida Republican will address arms control issues with Russia at the Heritage Foundation on Tuesday, with a host of analytical heavyweights. Mr. Rubio is striking an aggressive posture, and will talk about “recent Russian attempts to destabilize global security, its backing of tyrants and rogue regimes, and its rampant violation of human rights.” He’ll also highlight the importance of a “clear-eyed and realistic U.S. policy toward Russia.”

See the event online beginning at 11 a.m. ET at Heritage.org.

POLL DU JOUR

61 percent of Americans are dissatisfied with America’s “position in the world”; 37 percent are satisfied.

53 percent of Americans think “leaders of other countries around the world” do not have respect for President Obama.

77 percent of Republicans, 57 percent of independents and 28 percent of Democrats agree.

41 percent overall say the leaders have respect for Mr. Obama; 19 percent of Republicans, 34 percent of independents and 69 percent of Democrats agree.

51 percent overall say the U.S. is looked upon favorably in the world, 47 percent say the U.S. it is not.

Source: A Gallup Poll of 1,023 U.S. adults conducted Feb. 6-9 and released Monday.

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