Larry Kudlow Likely To Get A Top Spot On Trump's Economic Team

Politics | Heather Hunter

‘That’s the rumor that’s buzzing’

World's most livable cities [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Feature:Slideshow | Alyssa Moody

The 2011 Economist Intelligence Unit report of the world’s best cities for living

MIT economist writing Obamacare graphic novel - TheDC

Entertainment | Will Rahn

Jonathan Gruber, an economist at MIT, is planning to write a graphic novel about President Obama’s health care overhaul

TheDC Morning: Gov. Moonbeam sharpens his budget-cutting knives - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

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Supply-Side Obama?

Opinion | Larry Kudlow

Ronald Reagan would approve of the Obama administration’s recent shift toward supply-side policies.

Ex-Clinton aide says Mickey Kaus' immigration stance makes him the 'stupidest human alive' - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

An ex-Clinton aide blasts Newsweek columnist Mickey Kaus for allegiance to American workers

TheDC Morning: Soda tax will not make fatties less fat - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

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Lemonade Lessons: Banning earmarks -- not just symbolic

Opinion | Janie Johnson

Earmarks are a “gateway drug” that leads to broader mismanagement of public finances.

Film tells environmentalists to 'cool it'

Opinion | Sarah Lee

In “Cool it,” environmentalist Bjorn Lomberg calls out the environmental movement’s alarmism.

Don't fear a trade war with China

Opinion | Ian Fletcher

Congress should stop listening to the alarmists before the alarm bell really rings on America’s economic future.

Economics vs. Fakeonomics

Opinion | Ian Fletcher

The economic arguments in favor of free trade aren’t as strong as their proponents claim.

White (collar) lies - The Economist

Business | interns

Study identifies traits of bosses afflicted with chronic corporate deception

How does minimum wage affect the young's high unemployment? - TheDC

| Chris Moody

About 81 million out of the roughly 620 million economically active youth between the ages of 15-24 worldwide were out of a job, a statistic that has analysts warning of a ‘lost generation’

Bailouts for journalists?

Editorial | Jim Powell

Government control, it should be noted, isn’t the only concern about bailing out journalism. Every bit as worrisome is how political power seduces many journalists — especially progressives — to promote ever bigger government

Journolisters debate explicit message coordination for Obama - TheDC

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Journolisters reject suggestion to coordinate message

Homebuilders lose confidence in recovery - AP

Business | interns

Weak job market and an increasing number of foreclosed properties prompts builders to limit construction of new homes

Profiting from non-profits - The Economist

Business | Jeff Winkler (admin)

Charities are often told they should learn from business. The reverse is also true

Thanks, taxpayers! D.C. residents highest paid in nation - TheDC

Politics | Chris Moody

The Washington metropolitan area is home to the highest paid residents in the nation, according to a new report from the Ontario-based Martin Prosperity Institute

BOOK REVIEW: 'William F. Buckley Jr.: The Maker of a Movement' - TheDC

| Jamie Weinstein

Edwards’s book provides a valuable and concise overview of a man who, along with Reagan and economist of liberty Milton Friedman, did as much as anybody to help liberty and conservatism

Obama approval rating takes dive as he faces anti-business charge - TheDC

Energy | Jon Ward

White House officials have said polls don’t bother them