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Overall, the NFL gets a letter grade of A+ from a sports institute in Florida for the race of pro football players (almost 70% black). But for kickers and punters (96.5% white), wouldn’t the NFL deserve a letter grade of F?
President Trump’s recent threat to shut down the U.S. government over funding for a border wall has significant economic implications. Experts discuss the possible effects of a government shutdown.
When people hear “private schools,” many think about them as a monolith. They are not. In reality, they are part of the diverse landscape of education in America, and their decline should trouble all of us.
Since NAFTA’s passage, numerous studies have been done on its impact on American workers and on the economy, and AEI has played an important role in shaping the debates on this and other trade issues.
Evidence from some 50 countries with net neutrality rules made over the past decade suggests that the 2015 Federal Communication Commission’s approach will not create more innovation at the edge of the network, at least as measured by new mobile applications.
Some of the best news to come from the Middle East in a long time is the recent and long-overdue improvement in relations between Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
Demonizing immigrants is counterproductive and violates American values.
Conflicting accounts render a clear understanding of what has transpired difficult, but one thing appears certain: Saudi Arabia has launched a full-fledged information campaign aimed at destabilizing Qatar.
The FCC might get the best input on how to go about defining broadband if it looks to the preferences of customers.
The dollar’s recent decline is particularly troubling, as it comes at a time when two historically very dollar-supportive factors are in play.