Don't let Donald Trump pick a Supreme Court justice unless and until Mueller clears him
If you break into a house illegally, are you given the legal ability to enjoy the house, to sell the furniture or to sell the house? Of course not. Why, then, should someone who may have "broken into" the White House illegally be able to enjoy all the perks of the house and office?If you or your pol
China's second-quarter GDP growth softens as trade row stirs...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s economy expanded at a slower pace in the second quarter as Beijing’s efforts to contain debt hurt activity, while June factory output growth weakened to a two-year low in a worrying sign for investment and exporters as a trade war with the United States intensified.A man
The Health 202: Trump White House finds new reason to target Medicaid
The Trump administration is trying out a new argument to defend its support of work requirements for social safety net programs like Medicaid: The Johnson-era "War on Poverty" was victorious and now most Americans don't need the aid. The White House, in a lengthy report released at the end of last
Trump-Putin summit could provide a ‘significant breakthrough’ on Syria, strategist says
The first official dialogue between the two global leaders will take place in Helsinki’s presidential palace on Monday, marking a symbolic end to the Western effort to isolate Russia after its 2014 annexation of Crimea.Officials of the White House and the Kremlin have both sought to downplay expecta
Is Gig Work the Answer to India’s Tax Problem?
In developed nations, the so-called gig economy has become a controversial and polarizing topic. The argument in favor is well known, especially for consumers: Uber has made it easier to hail a ride; TaskRabbit provides instant armies of plumbers, painters, and cleaners; Postmates delivers gourmet f