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Maureen Ohlhausen, an FTC commissioner, outlines a step-by-step approach for putting the principles of regulatory humility into action and identifies high and low watermarks for the FTC’s adherence to this approach.

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A panel of leading experts discuss whether Big Data can replace the federal statistical system, and if not, whether the two can complement each other.

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Britain's Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith delivers his keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, central England,October 8, 2012.  Reuters

Iain Duncan Smith, UK Department for Work and Pensions secretary of state, discusses the UK welfare reform effort with Rep. Todd Young (R-IN) and a panel of experts.

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Representative John Delaney (D-MD) presents his American Infrastructure Fund proposal, and a panel of experts discuss.

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Representative Greg Walden (R-OR), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, discusses the implications of the FCC’s net neutrality vote.

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Europe has not been doing so well. If America’s economic growth has been sluggishness, most of Europe hasn’t been growing at all, with unemployment, especially among the young, remaining perpetually high in much of the continent.

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Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett listens to a shareholder at the Berkshire-owned Borsheims jewelry store where Buffett was selling jewelry as part of the company annual meeting weekend in Omaha, Nebraska May 4, 2014. The investment guru was peppered with questions at the meeting, part of a mostly festive weekend that Buffett calls "Woodstock for Capitalists," following concerns that Berkshire last year missed Buffett's five-year growth target for the first time in his 49 years at the helm. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

“Though we will always invest abroad as well, the mother lode of opportunities runs through America.”

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The day of reckoning for President Obama’s lawless rollout of Obamacare finally will arrive this week when the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in King v. Burwell.

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When people say Obamacare is “working” the available empirical evidence suggests that these rosy assesments are either based on some other set of facts or perhaps are grounded in wishful thinking.

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As we approach oral argument this week at the Supreme Court in the King v. Burwell case, critics of the latest legal challenge to an Affordable Care Act provision are predicting a disaster of biblical proportions if the Court overturns an IRS rule and declares as illegal the current insurance subsidies for coverage in health exchanges established by the federal government.

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How does one tell the untraumatized majority about the conditions that constitute the underworld of trauma?

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As a martyr and a symbol, in his death former deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov will continue to be the same unbowed, unflinching presence and testament for liberty as he was in life.

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Chairman Goodlatte explains the context and purpose of the Innovation Act, a bill he introduced in 2013 aimed at reducing frivolous patent lawsuits filed by “patent trolls.”

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It is not just Chinese entities that invest through “offshore” sites. But China has by far the world’s largest stock of foreign exchange reserves, three times larger than Japan’s.

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Some of the countries we lionize for their high-achieving and tuition-free higher education systems are successful in part because they do things that many Americans dislike. They track students into different paths and ration access to the most prestigious ones.

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