Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch outlines his vision for how America can succeed in today’s global economy by focusing on trade.
The Supplemental Security Income program needs greater focus on improving the life outcomes of children with disabilities, rather than simply meeting their material needs.
The American economy must be made more antifragile in that it should prosper from the messy disorder of the free enterprise system.
U.S. diplomatic miscues and unrealistic policies have made it seem more likely than not that the Kim regime will survive for years to come.
American physicians best look out: if Mr. Brill and like-minded reformers get their way in overregulating hospitals, physicians almost assuredly will be next on the chopping block.
The 2016 presidential election hasn’t gone the way it was expected to so far. Apparently both Romney and Bush will run, and other surprises could be ahead.
While a prisoner swap will grant the Islamic State a public relations coup, Jordan will put its own politics first.
Three signs show growing optimism for a successful U.S.-India partnership.
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.
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 .
The legal case in King v. Burwell against the Obama administration is strong, and ruling accordingly won’t kill the health-care law.