If the purpose of terrorism is to terrify, the Islamic State had an extraordinary week. Brussels, capital of the EU and command post of mighty NATO, was in panic and lockdown.
Get in front of progressives, which the American public does daily, and watch out for their punches. You want higher prices? They’ll deliver the uppercut with a smile. Fewer jobs? You bet. Stagnant wages? They will give you those, too. It ...
A tax inversion is a kind of magic trick. Driven by the dysfunction of the American tax code, U.S. companies can merge with smaller foreign competitors, shift their addresses overseas and — hey, presto — steeply reduce their tax bills.
Since Uber’s launch in San Francisco five years ago, government officials have wrestled with how to address this new type of transportation service. Meanwhile, taxi drivers have cried foul over the unequal regulatory environment. They face a m...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nearly a century ago, in one of the nation’s early steps to protect wildlife, Congress passed the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. The law was a response to the slaughter and commercial trade of birds that contributed to th...
He’s making a list.
Canada’s new Liberal Party government proposed drastic changes to its foreign policy during the campaign and now is committed to seeing them through. But as the new team in Ottawa transforms from campaigning to governing, its challenge is to m...
I was stunned.
For most Americans, food scarcity is when we wait till the last minute and the exact brand of low-fat, gluten-free, heart-healthy, fair-trade, organic, local, hand-crafted marshmallow is sold out, forcing us to make do with an inferior sweet potato c...
I wasn’t raised in the United States. I’m of the British persuasion, and 50 years into my life in the New World, I still think there isn’t much as nifty as Thanksgiving. But to a point.