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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch outlines his vision for how America can succeed in today’s global economy by focusing on trade.

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While a prisoner swap will grant the Islamic State a public relations coup, Jordan will put its own politics first.

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DATE IMPORTED:January 27, 2015U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015. Obama is in the final day of a three day visit to India before stopping in Saudi Arabia to pay his respects to King Salman on his way back to Washington. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Three signs show growing optimism for a successful U.S.-India partnership.

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It’s true that the federal student aid system is wildly inefficient, but it’s not true that redirecting those funds would be enough to make public colleges tuition free—at least not in the way that most people would interpret Jordan Weissmann’s recent Slate headline.

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Iran’s IRGC released a letter expressing support for a Lebanese Hezbollah attack which killed two Israeli soldiers in the Shebaa Farms region on January 28 .

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The legal case in King v. Burwell against the Obama administration is strong, and ruling accordingly won’t kill the health-care law.

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A bus and pedestrian pass an advertisement for the Apple iPhone 6 in north London January 28, 2015. Shares in European companies that supply parts to Apple Inc leapt on Wednesday after the tech giant reported the largest profit in corporate history, driven by record sales of iPhones and strong demand in China. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Apple recorded record profits this quarter, and now Washington wants some. Politicians and lobbyists seem to be frustrated by how expertly Apple navigates the tax codes, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try to take a piece for themselves.

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People in the US and other advanced countries with no positive net worth should not be counted as among the world’s poor. Many of these zero- or negative-net worth individuals are young and shouldn’t be expected to have positive net worths yet.

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If the FCC is allowed to reclassify broadband as a public-utility under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934, it will have unlimited ability to regulate any and every aspect of the Internet ecosystem, especially when combined with its newly reinterpreted section 706 authority.

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Economic growth may not be sufficient for a stronger, more prosperous middle class — but it is necessary.

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AEI’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy looks at the top tech policy issues of 2015, featuring a keynote address by Sen. John Thune.

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Against the backdrop of a bank run that now appears to be underway in Greece, it appears that Greece is well on its way to a full-blown economic and financial crisis.

 

 

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