National Review’s Kevin D. Williamson advocates for less democracy in America.
Debunking urban legends and Internet rumors is harder than it used to be.
An ad boycott has the Facebook co-founder down to his last $82.3 billion.
Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos alone have lost $15 billion in net worth since January.
A strangely under-publicized story.
The independent who upended the 1992 Presidential race has passed.
Yesterday, Microsoft became the third American company to reach $1 trillion in market value.
One of the people most responsible for the personal computer revolution has passed away at the far-too-young age of 65.
Amazon has joined Apple to become the second American corporation to reach $1,000,000,000,000 in market valuation.
The 34-year-old Facebook tycoon is now worth more than 87-year-old Warren Buffet.
Just when you think the President has hit rock bottom, it gets worse.
The Postal Service is losing billions of dollars, but not for the reasons the President claims.
Mark Zuckerberg’s second day before Congress was somewhat more contentious than the first, but at the end of the day it’s still unclear that more regulation is the answer to the issues raised by recent Facebook “scandals.”
The new Black Panther movie raises a variant of the central question of the superhero genre. [No significant spoilers]
In a short period of time, SpaceX has become a huge success, as has the commercial space launch industry.
A true, albeit largely anonymous, hero of humanity has passed away.
Donald Trump has announced that he would not be self-funding the General Election campaign. That’s probably because he really couldn’t afford to do so.
One of the pioneers of the technology revolution of the past four decades has passed away.
Donald Trump is in second place, and tied, with Pope Francis, in a poll asking Americans to name the person they most admired in 2015.
Going to or, preferably, graduating from college makes it far more likely you’ll have a job. The numbers don’t lie.
Donald Trump likes to tell people that he’ll never be beholden to special interests because he’s self-funding his campaign. So far, though, that doesn’t really seem to be true.
While the issue of income inequality is quite real, Oxfam’s numbers are not.
Bill Gates is working to raise awareness of the world’s deadliest animal: the mosquito.
How the richest man in the world quickly changed the education curriculum in 45 states.
The “99 percent vs. the 1 percent” debate obscures the real income inequality picture.
It’s simple: We just have to define the problem and then solve it.
A GOP Senate Candidate in Georgia attempts to back track, and runs off the rails in the process.
The best single means of becoming such an economic winner is to gain admission to a top university
The Obama campaign’s focus on Mitt Romney’s years at Bain Capital don’t seem to be working.
Mitt Romney is taking heat for his role at Bain Capital. He shouldn’t.
Andy Rooney, best known to recent generations as the cranky old man at the end of “60 Minutes,” has died at 92.
Sarah Palin is smarter than Stephen Hawking — but probably not Bill Gates.
Donald Trump figures that, because he’s rich, he’s qualified to be president.
While the amount of wealth controlled by the top 1% is at record highs, real inequality is smaller than ever.
A third of the Forbes 50 were born billionaires. Does that mean the game is fixed?
The super rich have a lot larger share of total income than they did a generation ago. Are they taking it from the rest of us?
The competition for 25 Greatest Americans was steep. Only 3/4 of Mount Rushmore made the cut.