Republicans called the proposal "backwards" and "cannibalistic, zero-sum scenario," while farm lobbying groups warned of serious consequences if President Donald Trump broke a promise to farmers.
Neil Buchanan writes that behavioral economists have shown people "consistently behave in ways that defy economic theory."
Since 2014, the U.S. slowly has been transforming into an exporter of commodities rather than an exporter of capital goods.
Why do women tend to pay significantly more for deodorant, haircuts, and dry cleaning than men?
Numerai has established the highest paid data science competition in the world.
Government investment would give workers and contractors more money to spend.
It must be exhausting for Republicans to have to remember so many alternative facts.
The proposed law is designed to make it easier for small businesses to get loans.
Almost four in ten voters backed Modi's party in India's biggest state, Uttar Pradesh.
Somalia's currency collapsed after the outbreak of civil war.
During his presidential campaign Trump frequently accused China of keeping its currency artificially low against the dollar to make Chinese exports cheaper, "stealing" American manufacturing jobs.
Japan's prime minister was the first world leader to meet with Trump after the November election.
A sharp shift in tone toward Germany, casting the euro as fuel for that country's massive trade surplus, has raised concerns that the U.S. president's trade-centric world view may see the euro not as a geopolitical plus, but as another needless bit of multilateralism.
The foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its "joyous exploration of other European culture."
The coin was unveiled by the U.S. Mint and Treasury, to mark the department's 225th year.