Neil's 'Common Sense' breaks down the importance of facts in journalism.
Neil's 'Common Sense' breaks down out difference and how we aren't so different, after all.
Neil Cavuto weighs in on Trump's tariff war with China.
Neil's 'Common Sense' takes a look at his father's pearls of wisdom about not taking life too seriously.
How will imposing tariffs against Mexico impact the American consumer?
Neil Cavuto remembers the brave men who stormed the beaches of Normandy.
Neil's 'Common Sense' takes a look at budgeting failures in Congress.
It's tough when things don't go your way, but Mr. President, they're only going to get tougher when you keep putting yourself in the way.
You don't prevent a constitutional crisis by threatening a financial one.
Mr. President, I know they say you have to keep your friends close and your enemies closer, but that doesn't mean criticize your friends and give your enemies cover.
Charles Krauthammer spoke volumes, sometimes without speaking much at all. And now, the silence is deafening.
Why would the man many consider the world's most successful investor remind us that he isn't perfect?
Cavuto's 'Common Sense' commentary about President Trump sparked backlash among viewers. Neil shares his response.
Let me be real clear, Mr. President. How can you drain the swamp if you're the one who keeps muddying the waters?
Things could be a lot worse: Rates could be a lot higher. If you don't believe me, check your history
Congressional procrastinators are not only stupid they are selfish, showing their lack of respect for the folks paying the bills by paying us merely lip service.
Because pretty soon, they take the plates away, and they're on to the next course.
A big story is being ignored by President Trump's critics.
I've heard of blizzards and nor'easters, arctic blasts and polar vortexes, but what the heck is a bomb cyclone?
Republicans and Democrats are talking up ways around automation spending cuts that kick in in just weeks, because they've built-in cheating outs that are really weak.
This Thanksgiving, consider the empty chair at so many other tables representing the ones those families loved.
You are the president of the United States. Why don't you act like it?
I only know one way to cover the White House.
Remembering a time from which we thought we'd never recover, but we did.