Maureen Ohlhausen, an FTC commissioner, outlines a step-by-step approach for putting the principles of regulatory humility into action and identifies high and low watermarks for the FTC’s adherence to this approach.
A panel of leading experts discuss whether Big Data can replace the federal statistical system, and if not, whether the two can complement each other.
Rick Hess sat down with The Las Vegas Sun’s Ian Whitaker to explain how teachers can channel frustration into positive action to improve student performance.
Billionaire Republican donor and Las Vegas Sands Corporation CEO Sheldon Adelson is spending big to make online gambling illegal because his moral standards compel him. Looking past the ‘moral standards,’ it’s really all about the money.
The Federal Reserve is now poised to become the de facto national insurance regulator that Congress declined to create in the Dodd-Frank Act.
Today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case of King v. Burwell, a case concerning federal subsidy provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Should the U.S. government lose the case, a major fragment of Obama’s health care program could potentially disintegrate.
After six years of economic recession, which has seen Greece’s real GDP reduced by a quarter and its unemployment rate rise to over 25 percent, the Greek public appears to be at the end of its tether with economic policies imposed by the troika of the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, and the European Central Bank, which negotiate in concert the external assistance that they offer to Greece.
Walker is in danger of being the guy known for not having good — or any — answers to tough questions. That’s particularly poisonous for him, given that he is running on leadership and truth-telling.
Today, March 4, is National Grammar Day. To celebrate the occasion, here are my top 10 grammar-related items.
Given Japan’s importance to Asia’s future path, the following are some of the top questions every presidential candidate should be asked.
Thomas Piketty’s call for wealth redistribution rests on flawed justifications — his notion that the rate of return on capital exceeds economic growth fails to account for risk.