Maureen Ohlhausen, an FTC commissioner, outlines a step-by-step approach for putting the principles of regulatory humility into action and identifies high and low watermarks for the FTC’s adherence to this approach.
A panel of leading experts discuss whether Big Data can replace the federal statistical system, and if not, whether the two can complement each other.
Historically, the Clintons have proved to be politically indestructible. The unfolding controversy over Hillary’s e-mail schemes is unlikely to spell her doom.
On a scale of one to ten, how dangerous is Putin? Desmond Lachman says, “Nine.” He’s no delirious fool.
There’s probably no way to convince these liberals like Paul Krugman to reopen debate on Obamacare. They’ve decided they won’t let themselves be persuaded.
This weekend, Republican presidential candidates will gather at the Iowa Agricultural Summit and be confronted with a difficult choice: Will they risk support among Iowan corn and soybean farmers by opposing wasteful agricultural subsidies?
New rules to require more bank liquidity are achieving the opposite, driving it out.
As China appears to be flirting with the middle income trap, the old development model is becoming increasingly unworkable.
Republican nominees for 2016 must explain to voters how they can believe in both the importance of education and in a limited federal role.
A historic consumer spending milestone was reached in January when for the first time ever in history, Americans spent more money dining out at restaurants than they spent on food from grocery stores.
Politically, nothing is more potent or poignant than the picture of a child’s face at a hearing or protest. Which is why adults in the system must wield their influence with great care.