Between 1979 and 2012, the top five percent of American families saw their real incomes increase 74.9 percent.
Broadband competition is important, whether you are running for president or running a small business.
NGOs, activists and shareholders have come to quickly see through “greenwashing”, environmental programs that are just for show or marketing purposes.
It is more effective and less expensive to invest in helping African partner countries build and sustain their own social, health, economic and civil infrastructures.
To say that spying activities have violated a country’s domestic law is like saying seawater is salty.
The backlog of cases in many districts has reached a crisis level.
Abusive litigation is the most significant problem facing the patent system.
Far from crippling our energy infrastructure, the Clean Power Plan will help drive needed investment in our electric power system.
Recent research found increasing the minimum wage to $12 would boost wages for more than 35 million low-wage workers.
A commitment to bipartisanship is vital to the success of our nation.