Biden nominees Janet Yellen, Tony Blinken, and Avril Haines are under scrutiny for their financial disclosures.
It’s literally the equivalent of buying a large pizza for the average American household.
There’s far more good in technology than bad, but these days we seem to be far more focused on the bad right now.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
How much sacrifice in our consumer culture is it worth to save the planet?
The city by the Bay is rapidly transforming. Should we lament that?
Job growth in February was far below estimates, but we did see some solid wage growth and other signs that we’re approaching what economists refer to as “full employment.”
As the shutdown drags on, it’s beginning to have an impact on the economy.
Federal employees deemed “essential” missed a paycheck yesterday in violation of US labor law.
One of the strongest climate regulations in the country is almost certainly unconstitutional.
One of the longest-lasting characters on The Simpsons may not be long for this world, but before we write him off perhaps we ought to stop and think.
In an obvious effort to pander to the city’s taxi industry, New York City is placing new limits on ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.
American companies are struggling to comply with the EU’s new privacy regulation, with many outlets choosing to simply block access abroad.
We don’t yet have enough information to assign blame here. Naturally, that’s not stopping anyone.
Best known as a television host, he served in the Reagan administration and chief economist of Bear Stearns.
The rise of ‘car sharing’ services has greatly benefitted consumers but had a devastating effect on taxi drivers.
In a short period of time, SpaceX has become a huge success, as has the commercial space launch industry.
Technology continues to make more and more jobs unnecessary and irrelevant. And the consequences are going to be widespread.
Megaprojects are not a partisan thing. Megaprojects are large projects typically costing more than $1 billion and often tens of billions of dollars and impacting the lives of tens of thousands of people if not millions.
What is the deal with the love-fest for Julian Assange?
The last time the Cubs were in the World Series, World War II had just ended. Now, they have a chance to break one of the longest droughts in sports history.
A Trump surrogate warns of a “taco truck on every corner” if Trump loses. That sounds like more of a promise than a threat if you ask me.
The passage of a new law in North Carolina has revealed an apparent obsession among some on the right with who gets to use which restroom.
Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio have won the endorsement of the Des Moines Register, but it’s unclear how much this will help their respective campaigns.
As autonomous vehicles near the point where they’ll become a presence on American roads, are we approaching a day when it will largely be illegal for people to drive their own car?
President Obama thinks that it would be a good idea if everyone were forced to vote. He’s wrong, and his idea is most likely unconstitutional.
There are legitimate issues regarding Presidential overreach and separation of powers that President Obama’s actions while in office have raised. But none of that will be discussed in our hyperpartisan political culture.
A Federal Appeals Court has struck down a D.C. law requiring tour guides to get a license and pass a test.
The Virginia DMV is threatening to crackdown on companies providing innovative car services to consumers.
A GOP Senate Candidate in Georgia attempts to back track, and runs off the rails in the process.
Some signs from Silicon Valley seem to indicate that the heady days of the 90s Tech Bubble are returning.
It’s no wonder there’s no compromise in Congress.
Air Force lieutenant colonel (designate) Erik Brine is so unessential that it hurts.
Would conservatives learn a lesson if they got everything they wanted in 2016?
National Review’s Kevin Williamson has some truly bizarre advice for Mitt Romney.
How would modern Republicans treat Ronald Reagan and his Vice-President?