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How the next president can lower drug prices with the stroke of a pen.
As police chief of gritty Richmond, California, Chris Magnus embraced Black Lives Matter, all but eliminated fatal shootings by police, and cut the homicide rate in half.
Why China’s universities may never make the grade as world-class institutions.
The larger political sphere is finally wising u on antitrust policy.
A magisterial new biography fails to crack the mystery of America’s greatest general.
Two new books underscore the big lesson of 2016: GOP base voters hate big government spending only when the “wrong” people benefit.
Some unlikely places around the world are tackling some of the world’s toughest challenges and winning.
How Alan Greenspan’s disastrous reign at the Fed came to be.
America changed in 1969, but our history isn’t quite complete.
Author Mark Smith says religion lags behind culture. Maybe it is the other way around.
The history of American politics as a tug-of-war between our individualist and collectivist identities.
Louis Fisher reminds us that historically it has been Congress—dysfunction and all—that has most advanced our rights.
Today brought us some shocking (?) headlines about the Republican presidential nominee. Like this one: “Donald Trump has no idea what Obamacare does.” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s employees are having a “tremendous problem” with health plans they don’t actually have. Trump himself doesn’t make much use of a health plan that he also... Read more »
But they aren't always included like they should be.
And it hurts their education.
Racists will go the areas where they can prey on the fears that people have of the unknown.
Senior diplomats warn of mass resignations in the event of a Trump presidency.
When were the "good old days"?
This is what happens when you go years obsessed with Benghazi, death panels, and more.
He learned to dramatize the idea that the media are lying to us.