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.
Panelists discuss whether America’s nonproliferation negotiations with Iran are destined to end in failure, drawing parallels to attempted US nuclear negotiations with North Korea.
At some point, support for the left and support for Israel must conflict, and unfortunately Jews tend to choose the former over the latter.
It’s no surprise that the export lobby and ethanol lobby are fighting fiercely to save their subsidies. What’s a bit odd is that, for the first time, there’s a powerful anti-subsidy lobby working against them.
Given their autonomy, charters have room to take risks—like giving students opportunities in and outside the classroom to learn about and participate more fully in civic life.
The most compelling explanation is the most mundane one: substantial slack remains in the labor market.
Senator Rubio is off to a promising start in offering a more distinctive and thoughtful brand of health policy reform.
America’s churches have grown weakest in some of the communities that need them most: poor and working-class communities across the country.
India’s recent reactions to foreign opinion has only made it look small.
Just when Yemen looked like it couldn’t get any worse, this week the Houthis, a Zaydi Shia rebel group from northern Yemen that already controls much of the country’s capital, advanced toward the southern port city of Aden.