America needs a critical mass of communities with world-leading bandwidth in order to secure the human capital and resources to innovate.
The bill is tantamount to an uncompensated government taking that violates the “rule of law” and ignores private property rights.
Why is the DOJ using its discretion to criminalize and prosecute ordinary immigrants?
It’s no coincidence that the Great Recession came after the worst eight years for U.S. manufacturing since the Great Depression.
Current peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians are in jeopardy of collapsing after Israel reneged on its agreement to release Palestinian prisoners.
What is emerging is a clear picture of the impacts of climate change in the Arctic and the risks posed by future drilling in the area.
By allowing Cuban Americans to travel and to send remittances more freely to the island and permitting U.S. cultural and academic visitors to travel to the island, the U.S. reforms have fueled the growth of a nascent private sector on the communist island.
At first glance, this might seem like a parochial issue. In reality, it is a lawsuit that carries with it serious implications not only for the individual private property rights of all Americans, but also for the future of our economy and energy independence here in the United States.
Climate efforts by U.S. states and the administration, along with energy efficiency investments and the switch from coal to lower emitting natural gas, have helped to reduce American emissions to their lowest levels in 20 years, despite opposition by almost all Republicans in Congress.
There is nothing more powerful than making decisions—from what countries to work with to what investments to fund—based on hard evidence and solid data.