All Americans have a stake in raising our nation’s woefully inadequate minimum wage.
Congress is moving towards legislation that will significantly modify the Act based on short-run considerations (election-year concerns) rather than focusing on the long-term goal of making America more resilient to future flood catastrophes and fiscal responsibility.
This new frontier requires a cultural shift that builds security awareness and responsibility into every single job description across an organization.
A momentous opportunity lies within America’s transportation sector.
Even if Tehran acquired nuclear weapons, the United States already has the posture and capabilities sufficient to safeguard its territory.
Lamentable though Putin’s aggression is, it doesn’t rise to the level of military response from the United States or its NATO allies any more than the 2008 invasion of Georgia, the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia, or the 1956 invasion of Hungary. It would be madness to risk a major power war over this crisis.
Decades have come and gone, healthcare and science have become more effective and sophisticated, yet outcomes for black women have hardly budged.
As the scandal has unfolded, the media has predictably remained largely silent, allowing the Obama administration to sweep it under the rug.
The draft tax reform proposal would eliminate incentives for drug manufacturers to develop therapies to treat and cure the more than 7,000 rare diseases afflicting more than 30 million Americans.
The market restrictions that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) places on assistive listening devices have remained mostly unchanged since the late 1970s.