Private organizations are doing important and innovative work to help connect Americans with jobs and to make the labor market work for all Americans.
Before Democratic presidential candidates take the stage for their first primary debate, a panel of experts discuss America’s rapidly changing demography and implications for the 2016 election and beyond.
As Russian actions in Syria and Ukraine challenge US leadership around the globe, Vladimir Kara-Murza provides his vital perspective on the drivers of Putin’s foreign and domestic policy.
AEI President Arthur Brooks discusses the prospects of an efficient federal government in 2015 and on — namely whether or not the House GOP can pick a speaker and govern.
As the undisputed leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Mr. Modi needs to do a better job of setting the tone for his party.
Try as he might to rule himself out, Ryan is going to keep hearing calls for him to take a job he does not want.
The House Republicans are in full implosion mode, a reflection of the deep and unresolved — and maybe impossible to resolve — schism in the party between radicals and bedrock conservatives.
Putin appears to be sending a message to Obama: “We can fly anywhere we want, anytime we want. And there is nothing you can do to stop us.”
New data released today by the College Board confirm an outcome that has persisted for generations – high school boys significantly outperform girls on the SAT math test.
From all indications, we are now on the cusp of a major shift to hybrid and all-electric vehicles. If additional power plants aren’t built soon, there might not be enough base-load electricity to usher in a fundamentally new era.
In Norway, anyone can access other people’s basic tax information. A new paper uses this fact to identify the impact of income inequality on subjective well-being.
More aid, higher tuition prices. That’s why simply pouring more aid into the system won’t create affordable college. To get there, we need reforms that actually change the incentives for colleges.
Russia mobilizes in Syria while China militarizes the South China Sea, filling a power vacuum created by an absent America.