Welcome to Shale 2.0: A strong, increasingly efficient and productive U.S. shale industry — powered by American ingenuity and “Made in the USA” drilling and extraction technologies — is here to stay, thanks in part to an unintended gift from the Saudis.
As we look for savings across the entire federal budget, it is critical that we recognize intelligence as a force multiplier, meaning that a relatively smaller investment in intelligence can help compensate for larger cuts elsewhere.
Since its official recognition by the psychiatric establishment in 1980, post-traumatic stress disorder has expanded beyond the confines of the clinic.
Jason Rezaian is a canary in the coal mine.
Maybe metrics devised for a wheat-and-steel economy of physical commodities are poorly suited for one experiencing rapid growth in software and digital content.
European policymakers must be alert to the heightened risks that now face the European economy following the Spanish elections.
Researchers suggest that there “is no simple way to prevent family-friendly policies from backfiring.”
Changing course in Greece will require the maturity, resolve, and courage to tell Greek voters the truth — and to do the right thing for their country.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter publicly criticized the Iraqi military and their handling of the situation in Ramadi. Both the United States and Iraq are attempting to regain control of the key city.
Discussion on the Supreme Court hearing on Obamacare. The GOP could take the blame if the law is overturned and citizens lose their healthcare.