The United States took a major leap forward in social justice and equal rights when President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law.
The administration’s line on these side-deals has typically wavered and now become incoherent.
If the United States were to block the deal and the lifting of sanctions it would be seen as acting unreasonably, not only by Russia and China, but also by European allies.
Rapid bridge replacement is one potential game changer that takes advantage of replacing bridges more quickly and cost effectively.
The sheer power and affordability of the mobile app ecosystem enables smaller companies to offer enterprise-grade capabilities to the smallest of businesses.
The ACA represents the biggest transfer of taxpayer resources to the private sector since Gilded Age railroad barons were beneficiaries.
Less than one week after the Supreme Court’s recent decision, the IRS began enforcing a policy imposing a $100 a day fine per employee on small businesses that offer traditional Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs).
Does it really make sense to presume that Congress intentionally inserted a “poison pill” into a comprehensive law?
We call on Congress to systematically review the costs and benefits of privacy laws in light of recent scientific and technical advances.
Although the United States has seen a steady decrease in overall crime over the last decade, local law enforcement agencies have been challenged with increasing threats.