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Cramer is not a fan of Southwest Airlines, but he wants to own Mohawk Industries.
Pope Francis may make economic inequality -- a divisive conversation in the U.S. -- one of the central themes to his papacy, Acton Institute's Father Robert Sirico tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.
George Young, co-portfolio manager of the Villere Equity Fund, tells TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez that he expects consumers will continue to spend and the jobs numbers will improve in 2014.
It's a scary market out there. Stick with 'best of breed' stocks, Cramer advises.
The Obama administration took its case for intervention in Syria to the Sunday talk shows, with the secretary of state saying he believes Congress will support military action.
The president says the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons "is an assault on human dignity."