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The chief obstacle to Trump’s success as a president remains his own haphazard decision-making and his verbal flights.
That President Trump mentioned the subs to President Duterte may be unusual, but it’s not shocking.
In a recent piece, my colleague Jim Pethokoukis highlights a significant issue about the design of paid family leave policies. What is missing from this reading of the data is the question: What kinds of paid leave policies are we talking about?
A new report from the Census Bureau on voting in 2016 shows that the transformation of the electoral landscape won’t happen overnight.
The Paris Climate Agreement is silly and destructive as a strategy to engender environmental improvement, but it works beautifully as a mechanism to transform the climate industry into a perpetual motion machine.
The CBO’s finding that federal employees receive total pay and benefits averaging 17 percent above what similar employees would receive from large private sector employers is a reasonable one.
The transition from active duty to civilian life can be a difficult. A premature decision to pursue long-term disability compensation can lead many veterans into a cycle of invalidism.
Yesterday evening, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its score of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), the Trump administration’s replacement for Obamacare. The following AEI health scholars are available to comment on the scoring and the bill.
US trade policy doesn’t look out for steel so often because there is a sophisticated case that it’s good for the economy. It’s because the steel industry is a politically powerful lobby.
Brazil’s troubled political and economic outlook should be of considerable concern to the Trump administration insofar as it is occurring right in the United States’ own backyard. With an economy of close to $ 2 trillion, Brazil remains the world’s ninth-largest economy and is by far South America’s biggest.
The Trump administration’s budget proposal contains an unpleasant surprise for agricultural interest groups and the leadership of the House and Senate agricultural committees.