Businesses and consumers would benefit if Congress creates a new class of mutual funds.
The speech may not have provided intellectual clarity, but for listeners in many foreign ministries it may have provided reassurance.
Tensions are escalating with North Korea, and the US needs to exercise impeccable diplomacy. The United States can count on China to ensure Russia stays away from the North Korean issue.
Democrats should return to their original proposal and work with Republicans to enact a bill that expands the Child Care Development Block Grant program.
The Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will meet in Washington, DC, prior to announcing plans to reduce its balance sheet through the reversal of quantitative erasing.
Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding the White House’s decision, one thing is clear: By failing to withdraw from the agreement, the Trump administration is shooting itself, and all Americans, in the foot.
The future of the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is likely to take center stage at this week’s United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) gathering in New York – and to feature prominently in U.S. President Donald Trump’s speech before the UN on Tuesday.
Resident Fellow Jason Delisle and Education Data Analyst Preston Cooper finds that the federal government’s student loan program actually benefits typical upper-income families more than 529 plans do.
While critics are correct that 529 plans provide a subsidy to upper-income families, they often do not realize the federal student loan program does too. But in contrast to the calls to end 529 plans, lawmakers have only made federal student loans more generous in recent years as they seek to address a perceived student debt crisis.
Kaya Henderson, former Chancellor of District of Columbia Public Schools, discusses school reform in DC with AEI’s Rick Hess.