Is the new Nafta the definition of a good deal?
The hidden costs of lost calories
The decision of Wayfair v. South Dakota seems to have opened the door for states to collect sales tax on internet purchases. But is it really that simple?
Inadequacies in healthcare are largely the fault of the increasing regulatory apparatus. Undoing these interventions would result in higher-quality insurance and lower costs.
Artificial barriers designed to stifle supply explain a large part of our underwhelming health care system.
In a time of extreme polarization, we examine how plausible President Trump’s wall is, and how willing Congress might be to fund this atypical project.
A recession may be around the corner and the effects won’t be pretty
Very few people get the chance to win the lottery. If you happen to be one of those people, be sure to know the best ways to secure your winnings.
Do Quota Laws work as effectively as people expect them to be? Evidence suggests that they don’t.
How will the rate hike in September and expected ones later this year affect you and the country? Let’s find out.