The quarterfinals of the 2016 race for the White House now pit Jeb Bush against Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry and John Kasich for the establishment wing of the
• Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler gives a roundup of the biggest Pinocchios of 2014, including claims by Rep. Paul Ryan, the National Riffle Association, Senator Rand Paul, and many more. • I’ll have the latest on the release of Alan Gross and U.S.-Cuba relations.
What, with all the news of Paul Feig‘s (Bridesmaid) Ghostbusters reboot, the planned Ghostbusters Spin-off starring Channing Tatum, Chris Pratt and a potential Ryan Gosling, and also the recent announcement that David Lynch’s Twin Peaks returning in Summer 2016 on Showtime, here’s another one been plucked straight out of the 80s nostalgia-vault for you. After nearly 27 years […]
Now before you get all confused, let's just reiterate the fact that Bridesmaids director Paul Feig is working on a reboot of Ghosbusters with The Heat writer Katie Dippold, and it will have an all-female cast of paranormal investigators this time. Show More Summary
Ryan Gosling has kept a pretty low profile lately, but that could change soon as he is being considered for two major projects. Sony reportedly wants him for Sinister Six, while Gosling himself is interested in Paul Feig‘s Ghostbusters reboot. Show More Summary
For several months now, there has been talk about an all-female "Ghostbusters" reboot and it was recently confirmed that Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) will be directing the film. Now, more information about the film has come out through the leaked emails from the studio's top executives, which is one of the end results of the cyber hacking attacks on Sony Pictures.
[Over at Equitable Growth] Torsten Slok says: And Tim Duy says: > Tim Duy: [Challenging the Fed](http://economistsview.typepad.com/timduy/2014/12/challenging-the-fed.html): Both Paul Krugman and Ryan Avent are pushing back on the Federal Reserve's apparent intent to raise rates in the middle of next year. Show More Summary
Both Paul Krugman and Ryan Avent are pushing back on the Federal Reserve's apparent intent to raise rates in the middle of next year. Why is the Fed heading in this direction?
Tim Duy: Challenging the Fed, by Tim Duy: Both Paul Krugman and Ryan Avent are pushing back on the Federal Reserve's apparent intent to raise rates in the middle of next year. Why is the Fed heading in this direction?...
Like two predatory animals circling each other, Republicans and Democrats are trying to sort out the meaning of last month’s election and plan strategies for the remaining days of the
George Osborne channels Paul Ryan.
President Barack Obama and Rep. Paul Ryan, the incoming chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, sure sounded like they were singing the same tune on business tax changes.
He supposedly supports tax breaks for low wage workers -- but here's how that plays into his corporate tax deal
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), who will be the new House Ways and Means Committee chairman, made comments on Tuesday that seem to have been misinterpreted by much of the media. Reporters suggest that he would be keen on pursuing only corporate tax reform without pursuing the knotty individual side of the code. In fact, what he […]
L ast year, Paul Ryan passed along this made up story: This reminds me of a story I heard from Eloise Anderson. She serves in the cabinet of my buddy Governor Scott Walker. She once met a young boy from a poor family. And every day at school, he would get a free lunch from a government program. Show More Summary
Good news for fans of unimportant policy fights: Paul Ryan thinks Republicans will try to stop the Export-Import (ExIm) Bank from being reauthorized in 2015. Now feel free to go on living your lives. The stakes don't get much smaller. The ExIm Bank, as you might guess, subsidizes exports for big manufacturers like Boeing by giving their […]
Incoming House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) said Tuesday that he will pursue an overhaul of the tax code next year focused on business rates.
We are live streaming a selection of guests at the WSJ CEO Council gathering, including Jeb Bush, Christine Lagarde and Paul Ryan.
Ryan and Sam Brownback see the future of tax policy in "dynamic scoring" -- and that should worry the rest of us
Dave Camp on tax reform: “It can be done.” Retiring House Ways & Means Chair Dave Camp remains optimistic. The Hill reports that a deal to extend expiring tax breaks could give Camp’s successor, Paul Ryan, a chance to secure broad GOP support for a tax reform plan. Show More Summary