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Democrats know that recounting the existing votes is unlikely to change results. So they have filed a series of lawsuits asking courts to change Florida election laws after the fact.

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Our recommended changes to the capital requirements, with a focus on single-family whole loans and guarantees, would result in additional risk-based capital of more than 200 basis points relative to FHFA’s proposal and a minimum leverage ratio of 4 percent.

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Theresa May, the United Kingdom’s embattled prime minister, has a Herculean task in gaining parliamentary approval for the Brexit deal that she has negotiated with the UK’s European partners.

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Looking at what House Democrats did in 2007 during the tenure of President Bush might provide some clues for what to expect in 2019.

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As Great Britain grapples with the technical difficulties of a Brexit from the European Union, AEI’s Archive team takes a look at the first nationwide referendum in 1975 and what that meant moving forward.

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Please join AEI as Irene Powell and Mark Montgomery present findings from their book, “Saving International Adoption: An Argument from Economics and Personal Experience” (Vanderbilt University Press, 2018).

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In July 2008, on the eve of the Lehman bankruptcy, the European Central Bank (ECB) in its infinite wisdom decided to hike European interest rates. Today, some ten years later, Mario Draghi’s ECB seems to be readying itself for a similar egregious policy mistake.

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To dent the aura of inevitability around Narendra Modi’s reelection prospects in 2019, Rahul Gandhi desperately needs a strong showing in ongoing state elections.

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Sen. John McCain contributed to the Republican failure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but he was a minor player in the overall story.

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Internal consensus within America on the decline of its role on the global stage threatens the modern international balance of power established under American influence.

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Al Qaeda, the Islamic State, and other groups in the Salafi-jihadi movement are outsmarting America’s counterterrorism strategy. Experts discuss how different terrorist groups have exploited weakness in the US’s counterterrorism strategy to become stronger than ever.

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