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How you measure earnings and inflation can have a big effect on those numbers.

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Two of the biggest weaknesses of the current NSC system – trust and leadership – cannot be solved by process reforms alone.

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By August, the House and Senate could each pass an ESEA reauthorization bill. But lately they’ve struggled with not only the inevitable disagreements, but also unnecessary distractions.

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Our current debates over early education are confined to very well-worn ruts in the early childhood policy road.

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US President Barack Obama gives a news conference after hosting the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) at Camp David in Maryland May 14, 2015. Obama vowed to back Gulf allies against any "external attack," seeking to reassure them of Washington's commitment to their security amid Arab anxiety over US-led efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

It is unusual to see an administration bely itself as wholly as the Obama administration has on the question of the Iranian nuclear program.

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Five big insurers seem set to become three, as Aetna buys Humana and Anthem eyes Cigna. Thanks, Obamacare.

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Though marriage is less likely to guide our lives, relationships and families, it’s still the case that it is without peer when it comes to calling forth the best in our relational lives.

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Discussion on health care companies merging because of Obamacare policies.

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A No vote in Greece could be the prelude to a Greek exit from the euro. It would also have considerable implications for the IMF’s credibility and Christine Lagarde’s prospects for a second term as IMF managing director.

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