Samantha Power, US ambassador to the United Nations, sits down with AEI’s Danielle Pletka to discuss how the United States can help reform UN peacekeeping operations around the world.
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On CNBC this morning, AEI’s Jim Pethokoukis discussed what chance the Republicans have of taking the Senate.
An economic firm thinks a statistical quirk inflated the third-quarter GDP report. And the Commerce Department is looking into it.
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Knowing that the Boss can write, the New York Times took the natural step of asking what he reads.
You stocked up on candy in anticipation of trick or treaters tonight—and you paid more than you should have.
Sky-high tax rates are the policy prescription of choice for some economists worried about inequality. But the result would be a poorer and less innovative America.
The prevailing assumption is that Republicans will take the Senate in the midterm elections on Nov. 4. It would be a surprise if they didn’t. But not a huge surprise.
Japan’s central bank expands its monetary stimulus in the wake of economic weakness. But concerns about the effort’s staying power limit its effectiveness.