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Having antitrust referees bog down Google in antitrust disputes benefits no one.
The federal government has a lot of data that could help parents and students make informed decisions.
America's plan for funding its highways is woefully behind the times.
Despite low inventory issues, sales and prices for newly built homes continues to rise.
Apple begs innocence, but was a pioneer in many of the corporate tax schemes used today.
Americans spend over $60 billion annually on their pets.
The Fed chair and lawmakers reached as much of an understanding as they always do (i.e., very little).
We need to make smarter choices about how we respond to natural disasters.
Republicans have vowed to block any nominee unless the new Bureau is substantially weakened.
The man at the helm of JPMorgan Chase will keep both his jobs. Here is why that’s good and bad.