Two and a half years after Qaddafi’s ouster, Libya still does not have a new constitution.
When given the opportunity to show leadership on expediting LNG exports, the White House deflected.
Jamie Dimon took high heat over his 74 percent mega-raise, but he’s not at fault. The blame goes to a 1993 boondoggle for bigwigs—a boondoggle that’s cost taxpayers by the billions ever since. Congress should call a halt, and the country’s mood...
Young women deserve a space to call their own—a physical space they can visit to hear and read about those who came before them and changed history.
Many of the new cost-containment strategies now underway in original Medicare were pioneered in Medicare Advantage.
The UN Security Council should impose an international arms embargo on Israel, Hamas, and Palestinian armed groups in Gaza.
A 2012 study found that climate change is already costing the world more than $1.2 trillion per year, reducing global GDP by 1.6 percent.
Should we regulate the Internet as we did the old telephone network and other so-called “common carriers”?
If Congress signals a willingness to budget at the levels the president requests for the years beyond FY 2015, we will ensure our next five-year plan sustains our preferred force levels for the Army and Marine Corps end strengths and for aircraft carriers.
You may hear cable companies declaring that “broadcasters hold all the cards” in retransmission consent negotiations, claiming...