Regardless of how well Biden's nominees are received in our 50-50 Senate, the real fight will happen when 82‐year‐old Justice Stephen Breyer inevitably retires.
A transparent government that is accountable to the people is a fundamental principle of our democracy.
If democracy should prevail, President Joe Biden will soon return to the Iran nuclear deal. The president should feel confident in doing so because it's what Americans want.
There are five tactical reasons that businesses—including companies that have come out against Georgia's election law—should rethink their highly publicized, and potentially costly, forays into politics.
The abortion movement has every reason to fear the democratic process. From the start, it's run to the courts to impose an agenda so unpopular it could scarcely be achieved at the ballot box.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are advancing each day and speeding up the time involved in paperwork and research. Automating the supply chain saves the industry money.
As we Build Back Better after the COVID-19 pandemic and President Biden pushes forward with his $2 trillion infrastructure plan, we must recognize the importance of supporting strategic domestic industries that have an important role in protecting U.S. national and economic security.
What makes the Montana investigation so important is that it is the only one so far that has looked at all the envelopes in a county.
Biden is excited about rebuilding America's "infrastructure," a word he uses constantly although it could be the dullest term in all of public policy.
Growth matters. The Republicans who followed Reagan into the White House either didn't get it or couldn't explain it.
Punishing red states for passing bad laws might seem like good politics from New York or Los Angeles, but it actually harms those of us living in and working to make these states fairer, more equitable places.
If you want to figure out how someone commits an act of terrorism, you need to understand how, prior to this, they became convinced that killing people for politics is a good idea.
Ascertaining the origins of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is vital in order to address the current pandemic and reduce the risk of future ones.
Clearly, the majority of Americans recognize that forcing someone to support a private organization he or she disagrees with is wrong.
Despite the idiotic excesses of contemporary "cancel culture," the emotional impulse behind it is nothing new.
Lawmakers can try to hide from the facts, but the truth consistently comes out in data addressing marijuana's impact on communities, youth and more.
Chauvin's trial is dangling justice in front of a group of people starving for it. And it comes at the cost of our mental health.
The longer the free world dithers, takes half measures, or compromises its morals for profits and cheap goods, the longer the enslavement and suffering of the innocent Uyghurs will continue.