Join AEI as James Freeman discusses his new book coauthored with Vern McKinley, “Borrowed Time: Two Centuries of Booms, Busts, and Bailouts at Citi” (HarperBusiness, 2018).
How will foreign policy issues weigh into the 2018 midterm elections? Join AEI for a conversation on how this often-overlooked topic in election analysis could play a significant role in the coming election.
The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi is a horrific crime. The betrayal his disappearance represents now puts President Trump in an impossible bind.
AEI’s Paul Kupiec provides his insights on Alex Pollock’s new book which explores the difference between risk and uncertainty, and how the latter is integral in understanding the underlying nature of finance.
The Steele Dossier made headlines, containing inflammatory claims about Donald Trump and the Russian government. Experts discuss Nellie Ohr’s meeting with lawmakers this week, at which she invoked marital privilege to avoid testifying about her husband.
Join AEI as Beatrice Beebe presents her pioneering research on mother-infant interactions, followed by a discussion with AEI’s Katharine B. Stevens.
Today, I talk with Jen Crozier about P-TECH, a grades 9-to-14 school model with 110 schools in eight states. Graduates receive a high school diploma, a free associate degree in a STEM field, and extensive workplace learning.
The idea that you are what your DNA says you are is illiberal, because liberalism (in the classical sense) is premised on the idea that the individual is more than just bloodlines.
Republicans in Washington have no agenda beyond confirming President Trump’s judicial nominees, and have not had one for all of this year. In 2017, they tried to make big changes to Obamacare and the tax code. They failed on one and succeeded on the other, and then they just gave up.
Two outdated FCC regulations are on the chopping block, as FCC chairman Ajit Pai continues to deliver on his promise to ensure the agency’s rules do not impose greater costs than necessary to ensure competitive markets.
Higher education is a competitive market and when choosing your school, please select carefully. College is a significant investment, and you need to be challenged and pushed by professors to grow and reach your full potential — not coddled by administrators.
The budget deficit is up 17 percent over last year due to the government spending $779 billion more than it collected in revenue, also known as taxes. Experts discuss last year’s tax cuts and how they impacted the budget deficit.