President Trump and administration officials are downplaying fears of a recession. While a recession isn't imminent, the threat is very real.
Chinese climate scientists predict a period of global cooling in the future, which will surely heat up the climate change debate.
Important distinction: The right to see any doctor doesn't mean the right to see a doctor soon.
The economy is doing well, just not as well as we thought—or hoped. If Trump plans to run for reelection on a record of strong economic growth, he needs to resolve some lingering issues.
Another big-spending budget deal, where Republicans claim they'll do better next time—though "next time" never seems to come.
Joe Biden wants a government-run health care system, just like most Democratic presidential candidates, he just plans to bide his time in getting there.
Millionaire Bernie Sanders criticizes honest billionaires even as he has historically praised government-made billionaires. He has that backwards.
Immigrants may currently be a net asset to the economy, but under the Democratic presidential candidates' proposals they will surely be a net cost.
We agree that health care needs price transparency, and it will come if and when health care consumers, rather than government, demand it.
President Obama boasted he wanted to increase individuals' access to affordable health coverage. President Trump may have just accomplished Obama's goal.