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Is the War on Poverty over? Should nondisabled, working-age adults who receive welfare benefits be required to work? Join us at AEI for a keynote address from CEA Chairman Kevin Hassett followed by a panel discussion on the state of poverty in America and how antipoverty policy ought to proceed.

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With the evidence available right now, there is no chance Brett Kavanaugh would be convicted in a court of law. This much is certain: The standard of evidence to ruin a man’s reputation cannot be zero.

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The Trump administration views China’s and Russia’s cyber capabilities as a national security threat. Congressional committees have a responsibility to oversee US efforts to establish dominance in cyberspace.

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The measurement and extent of poverty and the best ways to help the poor are subjects that have concerned AEI scholars for decades.

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is now in question while he faces allegations of sexual assault. Experts discuss the fate of his nomination.

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north and south korea peace talks

Kim Jong-un continues proliferation of conventional and unconventional weapons to the world’s worst regimes.

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Loosening state restrictions on NPs would break the grip physician-interest groups maintain on health care, driving down the cost of care and providing critical primary care for the most vulnerable Americans.

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Media coverage of the 2018 teacher walkouts | IN 60 SECONDS

In the spring of 2018, scores of teachers across several states walked out of their schools, attracting extensive media attention.

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Today, I talk to Jay Greene, from the University of Arkansas, about field trips and why they matter so much for students and schools.

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Partisans cannot prove an individual’s guilt by invoking the real or alleged crimes of others. Nor should they insist that even if he’s innocent, he should let himself be bullied into surrender for the greater good.

That is not the rule of law; it’s not even decency. It’s the rule of the mob.

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A recent paper looking at EU net neutrality regulations shows the difficulties in measuring “harm” from zero-rating, and the wisdom of the American approach.

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