At the local level, red counties typically enjoy stronger families than do blue counties on at least three measures worth considering: marriage, nonmarital childbearing, and family stability.
Although government statistics show homelessness declining, Corinth’s new study argues we should be skeptical of the official reports and look closer at the underlying challenge.
The Greek economy is again nosediving as a result of its closed banks and heightened political uncertainty. This is not the time for Greece to engage in a frivolous referendum.
Senior Fellow Kevin Hassett discusses the June jobs report as well as the building momentum of the United States economy.
ACA opponents have another set of tools to use in a future White House with different policy goals than further doses of Obamacare.
Nothing in the June jobs report to suggest any approaching US economic acceleration or surging inflation — or reason for the Fed to raise interest rates.
Middle East studies programs have diverged greatly from reality and have become an exercise in radical political self-affirmation.
His own two great loves were his country, about which he never ceased writing, and his progeny, about whom he never ceased talking. His memory will surely be a source of blessings to both, as well to those of us fortunate enough to have been his friends and colleagues.
The White House released 2015 salary data tonight showing that there is a gender pay gap in favor of its male staffers, who make $12,350 more on average than their female counterparts. Does that mean the White House discriminates against women? Or can other factors explain gender pay gaps?
Professor Anne Krueger of Johns Hopkins has produced a fascinating – and overall negative – assessment of Hillary Clinton’s economic platform.