The Obama administration announced Thursday that it would sell its remaining shares in General Motors by the end of the year, heralding an end to the largest direct government bailout of a U.S. industry in modern history. The U.S.
On a September afternoon 50 years ago, my wife and I were married on the
University of Minnesota campus. She was teaching in the Minneapolis School
System and I was finishing up my undergraduate degree.
For the past couple of years, Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of both the National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Cyber Command, has been outspoken in warning that private-sector computer networks, upon which the U.S.
Americans' respect for their Congress has, sad to say, diminished in recent years. But citizens still expect a minimal level of competence and responsibility: Pay the bills and try not to embarrass us in front of the world.
It was an odd day at the United Nations. In some ways, it went as planned. In other ways, not so much.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani delivered his first address before the General Assembly Tuesday, Sept. 24, and it was just what we had expected.
If you missed this weekend’s exposé about millennials destroying America from their parents’ basements, updating their social-media status while neglecting to address their jobless status, and rejecting marriage in favor of the hookup scene, don’t worry. There’s always next weekend. Suffice...
It turns out that President Obama's Office of Management and Budget is no more trustworthy than the rest of his administration. His budget, unsurprisingly to conservatives, is not "balanced" and does not deliver on its promise to cut $1.