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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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Multiemployer pensions need help, but first they need a hard look at how they got where they are.

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Abortion: How do Americans vote on a divisive issue? | IN 60 SECONDS

Can Americans vote for a person who disagrees with them on abortion? Karlyn Bowman reviews the polling data to explain.

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“Realist” claims that the foreign policy decisions of democracies are no more influenced by domestic public opinion than in authoritarian states deserve greater scrutiny.

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Robert Mugabe may no longer hold power, but cholera, inflation, and corruption still reign in Zimbabwe.

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The question of why reading and math scores change is one that deserves careful, critical scrutiny.

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Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has behaved outrageously. Because no matter what you choose to believe, she waited too long to reveal the accusation.

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FCC issues after net neutrality

Indianapolis exemplifies the regulatory openness necessary for broad deployment of 5G wireless, which all municipalities will soon be required to replicate.

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Nearly 20 years after the Clinton impeachment, the ongoing Robert Mueller probe has spurred discussion and reflection on America’s “Whitewater” investigation and role of special counsels.

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The Trump administration is deluding itself if it thinks that a protectionist trade policy will generate more US jobs or will help reduce the US trade deficit.

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With Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process still ongoing, it’s worth revisiting where public opinion stood around the time of the Clarence Thomas hearings.

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Credit recovery: A second chance or a second-rate education? | IN 60 SECONDS

On the surface, credit recovery programs offer struggling students a second chance at success. But they can also be a way for schools to provide a low-quality education to America’s disadvantaged students.

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