A panel of physicians, authors, and public policy experts will discuss the effects of marijuana legalization on psychosis, poverty, and public health.
Join AEI and leading scholars for drinks and a debate on whether Betsy DeVos’ proposed Title IX regulations on sexual harassment are a step in the right direction. After listening to the debaters’ arguments, attendees will vote to decide the winner.
This event has been postponed. Please join AEI for a discussion with Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) and Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) on how to craft legislation that empowers veterans in life after service.
Please join AEI for a discussion on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and what should be done to fight it.
San Francisco is banning e-cigarettes, despite them being safer than traditional cigarettes.
We appear to be at the threshold of an interesting period in constitutional law.
Are high school students really qualified for a diploma if they aren’t even in class? AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains how big this problem could be.
Unstuck in time, Jonah and Jack resort to that most desperate measure of a beleaguered podcast: an AMA Q&A.
Earlier Turkish foreign-policy initiatives focused on the Middle East have failed, but Turkey’s turn toward Africa has had an impact that will only grow more significant with time.
Numerous public and private efforts are now underway to make pricing more transparent and usable, but the federal government is the only entity with power and regulatory reach to redirect how the market functions.
Several US billionaires have called for the government to “tax me more” to improve income equality. Experts discuss the potential effects the tax could have on the US economy and realistic outcomes of a new wealth tax.
Many congregants remain in communities after their local congregation has departed raising the question: how might the departure of churches affect the religious lives and communities of those left behind?
Critics are bashing it as a forum for Christian haters of gay rights, but that’s all wrong.