Researchers suggest that there “is no simple way to prevent family-friendly policies from backfiring.”
Changing course in Greece will require the maturity, resolve, and courage to tell Greek voters the truth — and to do the right thing for their country.
Bluntly put, if the government’s economic policy grades do not quickly improve its foreign policy grades will suffer too.
Over the past year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already shown that he can dominate the headlines. Now he needs to aim for the history books.
The federal government’s handling of the legal and political issues surrounding NSA meta-data collection has not been a pretty picture. Somewhere in Russia, Edward Snowden is probably smiling.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s profits utterly depend on having their obligations backed by the U.S. Treasury — and thus by taxpayers. Without the Treasury’s effective guarantee, Fannie and Freddie would be unable to remain in business, especially with the capital of approximately zero they have had since 2008.
After his first year in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put India down a better path of economic growth, but it still is not the best economic course.
This was an unusually positive week in healthcare, and in the thinking around healthcare; here are four recent developments to feel good about.
The changing population of the veterans’ community has profound implications for civil society as a whole, beyond simple logistics affecting the National Cemetery Administration.