Hillary Clinton’s remarkable commitment to build a better world has transformed our vision of what is possible, and what is essential, for people in every corner of the world.
White Castle first opened our doors in Columbus in 1921. Today, our nearly 10,000 team members working in 406 restaurant locations across 12 states deliver the "Taste America Craves." We remain a family owned business committed to our customers...
I first visited Domiz refugee camp in May 2013 and noted “the camp is below standards in many sectors and the living situation in many parts of Domiz is unacceptable.”
Over the last nine months, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has reviewed more than a dozen compliance plans implementing Order 1000, an unprecedented restructuring of the nation’s electricity grid that mandated changes in the way regions and utilities plan and pay for new transmission.
Friday the 13th has additional significance this year. In addition to being an annual day of caution for superstitious people, it is a deadline date and day of opportunity for the recently appointed joint Senate and House Budget Conference Committee to report its recommendations for the fiscal 2014 budget. Hopefully this committee will not be a super failure like the joint "Super Committee" that was formed after the debt ceiling deal in August of 2011.
On average, more than 40 percent of what consumers pay at retail for beer goes to taxes of some kind.
At the heart of the technology industry are entrepreneurs who dream up new innovations and create great new companies that redefine how we work, live and play. Congress enacted the patent system to encourage groundbreaking ideas by rewarding such innovators for their creativity and investment of time and money. But America’s innovative capacity is at risk because our patent system is being gamed and abused.
Knowing that it’s carve out is slated to be cut, the wind energy industry is lobbying feverishly for an extension, repeating the same tired arguments and unrealized promises about long-term job creation and energy affordability.
While most merchants decide on their own what to charge consumers, prices are dictated to small business independent community pharmacies and beneficiaries in the Medicare Part D drug benefit by take-it-or-leave-it contracts that pharmacies must sign with pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), multi-billion dollar middlemen between the pharmacist and the health plan.
On November 18, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed rulemaking on ethanol that is having shattering repercussions throughout the energy world.