As Democrats roll out their new “A Better Deal” agenda, recent polls provide good news and bad for the party.
acting Comptroller Noreika is looking out for the long-term health of the financial services industry by challenging an outdated construct.
If Congress wants to serve additional households, it should expand the much more cost-effective housing voucher program rather than the tax credit program.
The broader issue is whether Human Rights Watch has in place a process to adequately vet sourcing and information derived from other groups which may not be what they seem.
The IMF’s recently released report on the eurozone raises new questions about the euro.
Many years of highly unorthodox monetary policy has led to gross mispricing of risk in many global credit markets.
While in an ideal world, the CIA would not work with those with blood on their hands, often it is these very same people whom it is necessary to compromise to gain insight into decision-making and activities.
The announcement that the border adjustment tax will not be included in the G.O.P’s new tax plan has profound implications. As a result, the corporate tax rate in the plan may have to be raised from 15 to 30 percent. Republicans and Speaker Paul Ryan may have to introduce smaller, less ambitious tax reform.
Democrats look like hypocrites going after the airlines and telecoms but not big tech companies. And to understand why, you just have to follow the money.