Many of the provisions in H.R. 9 simply make litigation more expensive.
The director of the CTBT, Lassina Zerbo, is urging Iran to ratify the treaty to demonstrate its desire for peace.
These trade agreements have been anything but free, and they’ve given the advantage to huge corporations that make cheaper, low-quality knock-offs.
This new bill makes it almost impossible for small technology startups to enforce their patents.
The government monopoly on money is a relatively recent phenomenon.
The price paid for a lost education—in terms of life expectancy and disease rates—has never been greater.
Loretta Lynch is eminently qualified to be attorney general of the United States.
The Sinai Peninsula has emerged as an increasingly lawless and dangerous corner of Egypt.
The Pebble Mine is an existential threat to the region.
The ruins of the camps still stand today, testaments to a crime so staggering it needed new legal categories: crimes against humanity, genocide.