There are no American political leaders of major national significance in any of the 50 spots of Fortune's list.
The bills call for the rollback of some of the most egregious regulatory interference in higher education by the federal government in the past decade.
New legislation pushes back against government access to personal data stored on US corporation servers abroad.
Floor leaders of the Senate have predominantly hailed from smaller states.
The dashing of growth expectations built over decades matters a lot.
Does the president feel sick to his stomach over his decision to trade five Taliban prisoners for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl?
It is hard to put a good spin on the Obama administration's dealings in the Middle East.
One issue has dominated the London financial pages: The rise of China's Asian Infrastructure investment Bank.
As we negotiate with Iran, the Iranians play "good guy, bad guy" with multiple actors.
Instead of Bernie Sanders's call for tax increases, Washington should exercise restraint.