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A new book by Elaine C. Kamarck of the Brookings Institution looks at how major failures by U.S. presidents come about — and how some may be preventable.
The national debt, Social Security and Medicare, and economic growth get the short shrift in the tax plans of both U.S. presidential candidates.
There was another woman behind the throne in FDR’s White House besides Eleanor – his personal secretary Missy LeHand, writes biographer Kathryn Smith.
The Penn Wharton Budget Model shows that Donald Trump’s tax plan is better for the economy in the short run but Hillary Clinton’s is best in the long run.
Is it time to crank up infrastructure spending in the U.S.? Both presidential candidates favor it, and interest rates are at historic lows.
The growth in wind and solar will undoubtedly continue, but a big increase in renewables is only one piece of the climate change puzzle.
With British Prime Minister Theresa May planning to get Brexit talks underway by next March, experts weigh in on ways to mitigate the costs to the U.K. and the European[…]
Does Aetna’s exit from Obamacare mean the program is failing? Not likely and other insurers seem satisfied, says a Wharton expert.
Rising sea levels and other climate change effects pose significant threats to the U.S. real estate market.
You may think politics has reached “peak spin” recently. But spin has adapted right through to the Twitter age after its birth a century ago.