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In an attempt to determine the best path forward, an expert panel debates ongoing patent-reform efforts in the 114th Congress.

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Former U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney speaks at a luncheon event in Washington on July 14, 2014. Reuters

Please join AEI for a major address by former Vice President Richard B. Cheney on the consequences of the Iran nuclear deal to the security and interests of the United States and its allies in the Middle East.

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Emanuel would like Americans to dismiss the Walker and Rubio health plans as too onerous for families because they would lose the value of employer-paid premiums. He is dead wrong about that.

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The geography of Tweets: This image uses all of the geo-tagged Tweets since 2009 — billions of them. (Every dot is a Tweet, and the color is the Tweet count.)
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The US Air Force carries out numerous missions critical to daily life in America as we know it.

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My latest round-up of interesting economic links, quotes, charts, graphs, tables, videos and more.

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Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) speaks as Majid Takhteravanchi, a member of Iran's nuclear team, listens during a nuclear deal review meeting in Tehran August 9, 2015. Dozens of companies tied to Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards, a military force commanding a powerful industrial empire with huge political influence, will win sanctions relief under a nuclear deal agreed with world powers. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s interpretation of the nuclear deal cannot be reconciled with President Obama’s. And that is a problem.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech on the nuclear agreement with Iran, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 2, 2015.   REUTERS/Charles Mostoller.

Congress has plenty to do about Iran in the days and months ahead. This vote is only the beginning.

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Evidence from the recent nationwide Quinnipiac poll suggests millennials are souring on the Democratic candidates.

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A same old, same old, new normal forecast is good news for the GOP’s political prospects.

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) listens to his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov (back facing) during their meeting in Moscow, Russia, August 17, 2015. Reuters

What, in particular, will become of the non-nuclear related American and European sanctions regimes against Iranians supporting terrorism and human rights violations?

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Schumpeterian creative destruction, the rise of Uber and the great taxicab collapse, and why we should feel no sympathy for the traditional taxi cartel members as they lose market share to superior transportation providers.

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Productivity growth remains anemic, if it is being measured correctly. Policymakers should assume the worst and act accordingly.

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