Freedom House downgraded the US’s score in its annual Freedom on the Net report this year in a disappointing act of partisan retribution for the FCC’s rollback of Obama-era net neutrality regulations.
It is all too common for the global economy to be confronted with a variety of risks. However, as we approach 2019, there would seem to be two qualitative and disturbing differences in the risks now besetting the global economic recovery.
While not Congress’ highest number of veterans elected ever, the new freshman class will feature 16 veterans, which does outnumber incoming veterans elected in 2016, 2014, and 2012.
Here’s something to give thanks for on Thanksgiving: the thousands of strangers who were led by the “invisible hand” of the market over the last several months to act as your “market benefactors” and make sure your affordable holiday feast was possible once again this year.
Using a neural network algorithm that “reads” the Chinese newspaper the People’s Daily, the authors have created a quarterly indicator, called the Policy Change Index, that has profound implications.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell argues there isn’t enough time to complete action on First Step before adjournment. But for things that are truly important — like making our laws more just, humane, and reasonable — there must always be time.
Shane Tews discusses efforts to improve Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity and the Cyber Shield Act with Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA) and Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA).
Making income-based repayment for student loans more generous will help the wealthy professional class more than the poor.
Peru has its best opportunity in recent memory to reform its politics and begin to tackle systemic corruption.
The poorest fifth of Americans enjoyed a roughly 80 percent post-tax income increase since 1979. The richest quintile had a similar gain of nearly 80 percent.