1989 legislation exempts the president and vice president from legal penalties arising from conflicts of interests.
Here's a simple prescription: Whatever Obama did by regulation, undo.
The case had gained worldwide attention for the grisly nature of the murders.
New York's standards, which bar short-term rentals, seek to root out residential property owners using their dwellings as hotels.
Because Americans have access to inexpensive items, they can have more money to spend on other things, which benefits everyone.
Prime Fresh is expanding to more cities, but competitors may still have the edge on the e-commerce giant.
Soil health and biodiversity get far less attention compared to the focus on pesticides and synthetic fertilizer.
Younger millennials hold an egalitarian, real-time view, where intelligence, abilities and performance at any given point hold more weight than any relevant past experience.
Tesla's Gigafactory is far from a typical manufacturing facility—the plant's unique constraints outweigh the typical benefits that manufacturing companies seek when they move to or invest in a foreign nation.
Big pay also remains a "boys club," with no women in the top 10 highest paid CEOs.
Contracts were to be signed on Friday so the decision comes as a surprise.
Military spending was critical to creating Silicon Valley, which is becoming a fact forgotten to history.
Israeli airline El Al decided against opening flights to Santiago de Compostela because of the city's boycott motion.