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Jan 20, 2019

A Right To Try Arrives
Congress resolves its differences on access to experimental drugs.
Jan 20, 2019

Bacon, Doughnuts Pose New Health Risks for Alaska's Bears
NBC News and the Associated Press are all over it.
Jan 20, 2019

Before Meeting Kim, Trump Had to Repudiate the Iran Deal
Otherwise North Korea could have demanded the same lenient terms, and negotiations would fail.
Jan 20, 2019

Europe Is Feeling Trumped
No U.S. president has been as loathed. But the Continent knows it still needs America.
Jan 20, 2019

Facebook Tips the Scales in Ireland's Abortion Referendum
The social-media giant deals a last-minute blow to the campaign against repealing restrictions.
Jan 20, 2019

Remember the Pueblo, Mr. President
More than 50 years later, North Korea should return the ship.
Jan 20, 2019

Rough Social Justice at Evergreen State
The Washington college's enrollment plummets as even the left sours on protest-mob politics.
Jan 20, 2019

Suffer the Little Children
Philadelphia sacrifices Catholic foster services to identity politics.
Jan 20, 2019

The Last Temptation of Elon Musk
He could have built an electric-car business that wasn't based on green hot air.
Jan 20, 2019

Trump Courts Disaster With Iran
The administration's strategy alienates Europe and risks war in the Mideast.
Jan 20, 2019

When Carter Page Met Stefan Halper
A timeline that contradicts claims by Justice and the FBI.
Jan 18, 2019

Trump and Lindsey Graham
The South Carolina senator has reasons to back the President.
Jan 18, 2019

Little Sisters Back in Court
Liberal AGs and judges won't leave the nuns alone on ObamaCare.
Jan 18, 2019

Germany's Russian Gaslight
Berlin wants Europe to believe dependence on Moscow is beneficial.
Jan 18, 2019

Harvesting Democratic Votes
Liberals want to impose the California voting model on all 50 states.
Jan 18, 2019

How to Store Data Along Memory Lane
Inspired by a relative's Alzheimer's, Nelson Dellis learned 10,000 digits of pi and found ways of making memorization creative and entertaining.
Jan 18, 2019

Vision Zero, a 'Road Diet' Fad, Is Proving to Be Deadly
Emergency vehicles get stuck on streets that have been narrowed to promote walking and bicycling.
Jan 18, 2019

For Sanity's Sake, Delete Your Account
‘The Lord knoweth the thoughts of man, that they are vanity.'
Jan 18, 2019

Big Names Bake a Climate Pie in the Sky
They mean well, but eminent economists are pushing an unreal ‘carbon dividend' plan.
Jan 18, 2019

To End the Shutdown, Try Thinking Big on Immigration
Both parties are to blame for this embarrassing impasse. Yet a sensible solution may be possible.
Jan 17, 2019

The Odd Way We Announce for President Now
The challenge, pressure and opportunity of being a female candidate in 2020.
Jan 17, 2019

If Weed Is Medicine, So Is Budweiser
Legalize marijuana, but don't pretend it's therapeutic.
Jan 17, 2019

How Hinduism Has Persisted for 4,000 Years
With no compulsory dogmas, the religion can reinvent itself over and over.
Jan 17, 2019

What Bruce Ohr Told the FBI
The Justice official's testimony raises new doubts about the bureau's honesty.
Jan 17, 2019

The Secrets of Jack Bogle's Investment Success
The skeptics called index funds ‘Bogle's folly.' They are now almost 50% of all mutual-fund assets.
Jan 17, 2019

Martin Luther King, Colorblind Radical
He flirted with democratic socialism and opposed the Vietnam War but stood against identity politics.
Jan 17, 2019

A 'No Deal' Brexit Can Save the European Union
For the bloc to retain its democratic legitimacy, it must let the British have what they voted for.
Jan 17, 2019

Gillibrand's Me-Too Moment
Like Hillary Clinton, she's running as the women's candidate.
Jan 17, 2019

Shut Up, the SEC Explained
A lawsuit says gagging defendants who settle is unconstitutional.
Jan 17, 2019

A Bloody Month of Jihad
Politicians may want to look away, but al Qaeda and ISIS aren't done.
Jan 17, 2019

Remember When Politicians Promised to Make College Affordable?
New Fed research highlights the crushing burden of government-subsidized tuition.
Jan 16, 2019

Gridlock Is the New Normal
We can now stop anything we don't want, but can't enable anything we need.
Jan 16, 2019

The Real Cure for Economic Insecurity
Liberal economists admit they were wrong about the ‘gig economy.'
Jan 16, 2019

John Clifton Bogle
The Vanguard founder brought low-cost investing to the masses.
Jan 16, 2019

The Theresa May Survival Guide
No one else wants to take the political risks of Brexit.
Jan 16, 2019

Why We Have So Many Shutdowns
Congress keeps asserting its power over spending, but it has no means to hold itself accountable.
Jan 16, 2019

The Shutdown and the Next Election
Both parties need to think bigger than this fight—they should be thinking of 2020.
Jan 16, 2019

Economists' Statement on Carbon Dividends
Bipartisan agreement on how to combat climate change.
Jan 16, 2019

The Long, Sad Descent of 'Staircase Wit'
What Quayle, Warren, Biden and Kavanaugh should have said if only they'd thought of it.
Jan 16, 2019

Masculinity Isn't a Sickness
A denial of biology in the American Psychological Association's new report on men and boys.
Jan 16, 2019

I'm on Strike for the Sake of My Students
The L.A. Unified School District has the money to improve schools.
Jan 16, 2019

The U.S. Economy and 'Neighbor Envy'
That uneasy feeling when you realize a rival has a more competitive tax rate.
Jan 15, 2019

A Dog Man Learns That Cat Lives Matter
A fateful realization in the wee hours at the animal hospital.
Jan 15, 2019

Accountability for Brexit
A defeat for Theresa May leaves Parliament in charge.
Jan 15, 2019

Visions of a 70% Tax Rate
The new socialists need a refresher course in government math.
Jan 15, 2019

Barr for the Presidency
Some lessons for the left and right on constitutional guardrails.
Jan 15, 2019

Trump's Pinned to a Wall Few Americans Want
A grand immigration deal may be his only way to end the crisis and deliver to his base.
Jan 15, 2019

California Burns for Better Leaders
Perverse housing incentives block urban high rises and set the woods on fire.
Jan 15, 2019

Think College Is Expensive? Wait Until It's Free
Higher-education costs have risen every time student aid has been made more generous.
Jan 15, 2019

The Justices Hear a Case of Liquor
Tennessee gives the court a chance to revive the long-dormant Privileges or Immunities Clause.
Jan 15, 2019

Trump's Successful Pivot to Asia
America's regional allies are relieved to learn that the U.S. isn't going anywhere—for now.
Jan 15, 2019

Here's How You Make a Deal, Mr. President
Free advice from one businessman-turned-politician to another.
Jan 15, 2019

Are Gillette's Customers More Toxic than its Management?
Procter & Gamble instructs shavers to improve their morality.
Jan 14, 2019

Schumer's Russia Sanctions Gambit
There's no evidence to doubt the Treasury's negotiation with Rusal.
Jan 14, 2019

How About Some Russia Facts?
If Trump hates media innuendo, he can release the FBI documents.
Jan 14, 2019

Unions in La-La Land
The Los Angeles teachers strike is a flight from reality.
Jan 14, 2019

Trump's Mideast Strategy
Like Obama, he wants the U.S. to step back. Unlike Obama, he wants to contain Iran.
Jan 14, 2019

Mitch McConnell Rules
The Senate majority leader's low-key shutdown strategy is working.
Jan 14, 2019

Dale Carnegie and the Parking Attendant
An employee inspired a Florida resort owner to an act of grace.
Jan 14, 2019

L.A. Schools Have a Math Problem
By going on strike, the teachers union makes it even harder to increase wages and staffing.
Jan 14, 2019

Russia's Future Is Rapped in an Enigma
Musicians have helped spur an antiestablishment moment that could loosen Putin's grip on the culture.
Jan 14, 2019

Debt Denial Is a Threat to America
‘Modern monetary theory' rests on dangerous, false premises. The U.S. won't grow its way out of the red.
Jan 14, 2019

What Barr Knows About Firing an FBI Head
He helped bring about the dismissal of William Sessions, the only director before Comey to be sacked.
Jan 14, 2019

Abandoning the Trump 'Authoritarian' Argument
Leftist pundits admit the Constitution works.
Jan 13, 2019

Chicago's Lesser-Known Free Marketeer
Harold Demsetz was one of the greatest economists of the 20th century not to win a Nobel Prize.
Jan 13, 2019

Stock Picking Is Like Time Travel
Choose the right frame to assess a company's future value, but brace for the glitches.
Jan 13, 2019

Money 'in the Wrong Hands'
Let's compare who does more public social good with their money.
Jan 13, 2019

Guatemala Gives the U.N. the Boot
The Commission Against Impunity undercuts confidence in the justice system.
Jan 13, 2019

Let's Not Make an Unconstitutional Deal
Watergate lessons should preclude Barr from promising not to fire Mueller.
Jan 13, 2019

Two Tacos and a B.A., Please
When the economy is good, even fast-food joints pay for college.
Jan 13, 2019

Julián Castro Joins the Pack
The former San Antonio mayor pitches himself as an Hispanic Obama.
Jan 13, 2019

Women Don't Belong in Combat Units
The military is watering down fitness standards because most female recruits can't meet them.
Jan 13, 2019

Israel's Dangerous Dalliance With China
The Jewish state needs an agency to review foreign investments in sensitive areas of its economy.
Jan 13, 2019

The NLRB May Reverse A Job-Killing Regulation
The Obama-era rule costs the average franchisee $142,000 in revenue and $21,000 in profit a year.
Jan 11, 2019

Pompeo's Words, Trump's Withdrawal
The vow to ‘expel every last Iranian boot' in Syria rings hollow.
Jan 11, 2019

California's Next Ban: Paper Receipts
Helping hometown companies in the name of green virtue.
Jan 11, 2019

Reid Hoffman's Fake News
Americans are now using disinformation tactics on one another.
Jan 11, 2019

Politicians Never Lied Before Trump
Look past the circus of democracy: The U.S. is finally facing up to its border failures.
Jan 11, 2019

Lawmakers Are Doing a Bad Job---So Give Them a Raise?
States where lawmaking is part-time work have a better record of handling taxpayers' money.
Jan 11, 2019

When It Comes to Retirement, I'm With Cicero
The great Roman orator thought aging and retiring free us from destructive ambition and competition.
Jan 11, 2019

A Parkland Father's Quest for Accountability
‘I blame the murderer for 50% of what happened,' says Andrew Pollack. ‘There were so many people who didn't care, who didn't do their job.'
Jan 11, 2019

Trump Tweet of the Day
A call to import more engineering talent will clarify the Pelosi agenda.
Jan 10, 2019

The Silly Arguments Against a Border Wall
They'll go around it? Exactly—that's the point.
Jan 10, 2019

De Blasio's Privacy Invasion
A federal judge says New York's raid on Airbnb hosts violates the law.
Jan 10, 2019

Trump's Presidential Emergency
He probably has the legal authority, but it's still a bad precedent.
Jan 10, 2019

Europe Settles Some Tax Scores
Finally, glimmers of a new old way to account for tax cuts and growth.
Jan 10, 2019

The Fatalism of a True Football Fan
The New York Jets haven't won a Super Bowl in 50 years.
Jan 10, 2019

The Almost-Democratic Republic of Congo
Its people still have a chance at self-rule, but it won't be easy.
Jan 10, 2019

Is Sisi Good for Egypt's Christians?
A Coptic cathedral opens, but believers still face persecution, even martyrdom.
Jan 10, 2019

Early Withdrawal Will Lead to More Terrorism
A recent lull in attacks is welcome, but it seems to have made American leaders complacent.
Jan 10, 2019

End This Stupid Shutdown
Trump is unserious, but so are Schumer and Pelosi. Two decades of cynical game-playing are enough.
Jan 10, 2019

Politics May Trip Up Amazon and Walmart in India
The country isn't too big for foreign companies to walk away from or avoid.
Jan 10, 2019

Trump's New Shutdown World
In 2013, Obama tried to maximize the difficulty. OMB is taking another tack.
Jan 10, 2019

Tragedy of the Starbucks Commons
Employees have just about had it maintaining public rest rooms.
Jan 09, 2019

Big Pharma's Cancer Race
After tax reform, companies invest in innovation rather than tax arbitrage.
Jan 09, 2019

Europe's Baby Steps on Iran
New sanctions help. Now work with the U.S. for a better nuclear deal.
Jan 09, 2019

Return of the Nominations Blockade
Democrats lost Senate seats, but they're still blocking appointees.
Jan 09, 2019

Democrats' Cynical 'No' on Immigration
They could strike a deal for reform but would rather posture for political points.
Jan 09, 2019

Mrs. Robinson and the Missing Princess
Why would Ireland's former president weigh in on an Arab heiress's psychiatric condition?
Jan 09, 2019

How Sweden Overcame Socialism
It's a model for the U.S., but the lesson isn't what Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez thinks it is.

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