Despite their opposition during the 2016 Republican Primary, are conservative Christians finally in support of President Donald Trump?
Join us for the Policy Simulation Library DC meeting hosted by AEI’s Open Source Policy Center to learn how computational simulation models are used to inform public policy decision-making.
Global policymakers would be making a big mistake to pin their hopes for a revival in the world economy thanks to an early rebound in the emerging-market economies.
For some borrowers, Senator Warren’s plan would forgive less student debt than existing programs.
Here’s how to avoid enshrining therapy at the expense of academics, from Aspen’s Ross Weiner.
Saying “But Gorsuch” won’t help Don McGahn.
The studio behind the hit game Fortnite, Epic Games, has been sued for copyright infringement by the claimed originators of many of the “emotes,” or dances and gestures, sold in-game.
Putin’s depiction of himself as a wartime president makes future conflict more likely.
There’s much to like about Devos’ Education Freedom Scholarships, and relatively minor changes could shift the odds significantly and give EFS a fighting chance.
US-supported programs in Central America help stem the tide of violence that spurs desperate people to flee to the United States.
A 20-year analysis of the trends in prices for cosmetic surgery procedures, where patients pay out-of-pocket, prices are transparent, and there’s a high degree of market competition, provides some important economic lessons about markets in general and health care in particular.
For the 100th episode of The Remnant, Thomas Sowell, who needs no introduction, joins Jonah for a long conversation on discrimination, inequality, the uses and misuses of economics (all subjects covered in the new edition of “Discrimination and Disparities,” out now), and more.