ISIS is forcing young boys to attend indoctrination camps designed to turn out a new generation of suicide bombers — and tells the children that their goal is to repeat the attacks of September 11, 2001.
China’s decision-making and our record as observers should be evaluated against the much larger backdrop of economic performance.
The personal hardship is real, but so is the resilience of a community that has been through so much. The new Kaiser survey tells both stories well through the opinions of the people who live them.
In the decade since the largest natural disaster in US history, New Orleans has made a comeback, and perhaps its most dramatic changes are seen in its K-12 school system.
If the recently passed $15 an hour minimum wage laws in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles really will generate positive economic benefits, then why delay those alleged benefits for up to six years with a gradual phase-in schedule?
AEI scholars weigh in on the recent run on the Chinese stock market, its causes and its implications for the US and global economy.
Denying citizenship to the children of immigrants wouldn’t solve any problems.
Fact checkers provide a useful service to the public, and they are right to look below the surface of issues. But in this case they are wrong; the Navy is too small, and historical comparisons are a legitimate way to show it.
Policymakers should be crafting and presidential candidates should be debating longer-term policies to foster real economic growth without being overwhelmed by fear from short-term events.
In Thursday’s Investor’s Business Daily, I argue that we need to modernize our energy policy for the 21st century to reflect America’s new status as a world energy superpower and end the oil export ban, and reduce, not increase, regulations on the domestic oil and gas industry.