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A secret source insinuated himself with Trump campaign officials. Ho hum.
The great scholar of the Middle East predicted its recent convulsions.
At long last the Tories move to exploit their natural gas reserves.
Maduro will hold on to power, but no one really ‘won’ Sunday’s fraudulent contest.
Dozens of Palestinians died to further the terror group’s lies—and the Western media ate it up.
Its top priority, ‘concealed carry reciprocity,’ would violate states’ rights and cannot pass legal muster.
Its external imbalances have been declining for a decade. The U.S. should seek more of the same.
The group aims to block donations from the foundation they dread, but the gifts enable free inquiry.
Want to change the world? Don’t bother volunteering—get a real, ‘boring’ job.
Hawaii’s Legislature creates a perverse incentive to live in high-risk lava zones.
All of Chile’s Catholic bishops offered to resign. Why didn’t America’s?
The FDA calls out companies that duck the law on generics.
The Children’s Scholarship Fund has helped 166,000 poor kids in 20 years.
The U.S. trade rep is setting Trump up for a major political failure.
Increasingly we sort each other into groups, making sweeping assumptions based on binary labels.
How the welfare state leads to legalized betting on the national pastime.
The dean of Columbia Business School is a tax cutter and free trader, but he says economists must address ‘real economic concerns in the heartland.’
New York’s governor touts turbines while closing a nuclear plant. To fill
the gap? Natural gas.
Somehow the former commander-in-chief is largely absent from the political spying drama.
The Russia scholar helped America win the Cold War.