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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Squawk Box
Squawk Box is a long-running business news television program which airs at breakfast time on the CNBC network. The program is currently co-hosted by Joe Kernen, Rebecca Quick and Carl Quintanilla. Since debuting in 1995, the show has spawned a number of versions across CNBC's international channels, many of which employ a similar format. The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities. - Source: Wikipedia
Rep. Paul Ryan said Wednesday that Republicans will outline their principles for tax reform even if President Obama's insistence on higher taxes dampen the prospects of something actually passing.
This is the sixth year of President Obama's governance, in which America's prolonged economic illness is met with one excuse after another. It's where accountability is evaded at all costs by replacing Harry Truman's "The buck stops here" with "Blame somebody else."
Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican and the GOP's 2012 vice presidential nominee, said Wednesday morning that he's "keeping his options open" for a potential presidential run in 2016.
CNBC's senior economics reporter Steve Liesman apologized Wednesday for calling on producers during a live airing of "Squawk Box" to play "Mexican music" for Republican Sen. Ted Cruz.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Tuesday that Congress should act quickly to raise the nation's debt limit when it returns from its five-week summer recess.
Matt Lauer told advertisers Thursday that he wants to get the "Today" show back to being the most watched and least talked about morning show on television, and that he expects to do it.
Mitt Romney says he's got the time, the resources and the plan to take him all the way to the Republican presidential nomination.
His delegate lead growing, Mitt Romney gently nudged his Republican opponents toward the sidelines on Wednesday and said he was on track to wrap up the presidential nomination before the party convention next summer. Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich paid him no mind, vowing to fight on.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on Friday endorsed Mitt Romney for president and will head to South Carolina to campaign for the former Massachusetts governor ahead of Saturday's Palmetto State primary.
CNBC says Mark Haines, the anchor of its morning "Squawk Box" show, died on Tuesday evening. He was 65.
Mark Haines, co-anchor of CNBC's morning "Squawk on the Street" show, died unexpectedly on Tuesday evening, the network said. He was 65.
Mark Haines, co-anchor of CNBC's morning "Squawk on the Street" show and one of the business news network's most recognized faces, died unexpectedly on Tuesday evening, the network said. He was 65.