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Trump voters were right that the nation needs change and that the... [Read More]
Many multi-ethnic states have broken down over the past 150 years, and Iran risks going the same way. [Read More]
Presidents' Day is a holiday about nobody that teaches nothing. [Read More]
They're cutting consumption at home to keep exports up. [Read More]
Europe's elections may not offer the fertile ground for... [Read More]
A massive infrastructure package is high on the administration's list of priorities, but actually bringing this idea to fruition will be harder than it looks. [Read More]
France's embattled conservative presidential contender, Francois Fillon, says that he will be staying in the race till the bitter end. [Read More]
Things are heating up in both of China's maritime disputes. [Read More]
Money without reform is a bad idea. [Read More]
The new EPA head made his career railing against the agency he will now lead. [Read More]
Nothing demonstrates the dead end into which the European Union has so tragically worked itself better than the policy paralysis that has crippled its response... [Read More]
Poland and the Czech Republic are collateral damage in Germany's energiewende. [Read More]
In the case of a slowdown, the floor could fall out from under Trump more quickly than he or his boosters expect. [Read More]
Despite frenzied speculation about Trump's Russia ties, his team's early diplomacy hardly suggests an Administration in thrall to the Kremlin. [Read More]
We're growing greener, and it's all thanks to fracking. [Read More]
Good thing Brexit is in the wings, right? [Read More]
As Beijing's bets in Venezuela go south, China appears to be stepping up its investments and business dealings in Cuba. [Read More]
At a closed-door meeting in Brussels, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis asked NATO allies to pay their fair share for defense. [Read More]
The real reason Trump's pick for Labor Secretary went down. [Read More]
For some, recent data will fly in the face of their preferred narratives. [Read More]
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