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A vital surveillance tool is up for reauthorization. A group of lawmakers wants to kill it. Lives are in the balance.
With luck, it might be the first small step toward the more ambitious fiscal reforms the country needs.
Unlimited insurance would stop runs — but banks would still fail, and the costs would be higher.
Doubling down on his most controversial policies would leave Turkey poorer and more isolated.
The US is making a concerted push to reengage with its foremost rival. It’s about time.
The former president is a thoroughgoing drag on the party’s prospects. That’s to say nothing of the indictments, investigations and grand-jury proceedings.
Delaying newcomers from working is inhumane and self-defeating. The US can do better.
At a time when the US desperately needs more health-care professionals, keeping foreign-trained workers on the sidelines makes no sense.
EVs can certainly play a role in reducing emissions. But global warming requires more nuanced and ambitious policies than simply splurging on tax credits.
A firm commitment to expand the alliance would bolster Europe’s security and deter further Russian aggression. Just don’t rush things.
Invoking the 14th Amendment and ignoring the debt ceiling wouldn’t restore investors’ confidence in US public debt.
Unfinished work by the euro area’s governments is a big part of the problem.
VR technology is already being used in doctors’ offices and hospitals across the US. Sensible rules can ensure it spreads widely — and safely.
It’s no accident that controllers still track planes with little slips of paper. Congress is making the FAA’s job all but impossible.
In the end, a deal will be struck. The question is how much damage is done in the meantime.
The Biden administration’s new deterrence measures are a step in the right direction, but they won’t be enough on their own.
You wouldn’t believe it listening to the rhetoric. But a wide swathe of the American public is in basic agreement on abortion.
The Federal Reserve and European Central Bank should stand firm and raise rates this week.
Stronger rules would be a gift to genuine innovators.