Economy

ObamaCare’s Tax on the Poor

The mandate penalty hits low-income Americans the hardest

Medical Care: Next Big Cyber Threat

Ultimately, any vulnerability can be exploited by anyone who can write the code.

Spoofed By Equifax

Add another "oops" to Equifax's pile

Liberal Group Targets Money in Politics, Spends Big Money

This just in: The Democratic Party—barely relevant between the coasts and decimated under President Obama—has found a winning issue in 2018.

In wake of Equifax hack

Senators worry troops could fall victim to fraud.

Cybersecurity Questions Every Leader Should Ask

What’s your worst cyber nightmare?

Kuwait gives N. Korea's ambassador a month to leave Gulf state

The measures follow a visit less than two weeks ago by Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad Al-Sabah to Washington.

Government Funds used to Buy Tuxedo for Pug

Ex-government worker accused of paying her bills and buying dog tuxedo in $200G spending spree.

6 Surprising Things About Hurricane Irma

Irma should not have surprised anyone. It was on our "radar" for many days.

ObamaCare signup groups to get funding word this week

Groups that help people sign up for ObamaCare are expected to learn this week how much money they’ll receive.

Don't call out from work?

In the U.S. there is no such thing as disaster leave. However It’d be a chancy business for an employer to discharge somebody right now.

Five questions about the massive Equifax breach

Many important questions — even some that seem to be answered — are not entirely resolved.

3 Ways the US Tax Code Is Killing Our Economy’s Potential

Our current tax code suppresses business creation, expansion, and reinvestment thanks to high tax rates.

Identity theft alert

Equifax hit by a high-tech heist that exposed the Social Security numbers and sensitive information of about 143 million Americans.

Obamacare's biggest nightmares are back

More challenging decisions.....

How Gen Z Will Affect The Future Of The Peer To Peer Economy

Gen Z means even greater opportunities for businesses to sustain themselves.

The Legal Crises to Follow in Hurricane Harvey's Wake

Lawyers in Houston are acting as first responders, connecting victims with insurance issues, among others, to pro bono assistance.

What Would a Better NAFTA Look Like?

As renegotiations on the trade deal begin, some scholars are calling for a rethinking of how such agreements work.

Tweeting with your tax Dollars

Tax funded fine-grained e-cigarette surveillance on social media

NYC Calorie Count Law Heads to Federal Court

The FDA entered the legal fray earlier this month after filing papers in support of the restaurant and convenience store organizations.