Republicans move to deploy authority provided by the 1996 Congressional Review Act to void regulations passed since June 2016.
Sunday, February 19, 2017
How upcoming European elections could play into the Greek debt negotiations.
Trump and Abe send signals over Japan involvement in developing US high-speed rail– good news for stalled California project?
The new book Econocracy describes how economics has become a narrow ideology with far too much power and what can be done about it
Global warming related floods are coming to cities near you sooner than you might think.
Contrary to Tory and pro-Brexit propaganda, the UK has plenty of power under EU rules to reduce immigration.
A cool-headed look at some Trump indicators.
Los Angeles Times Calls Out CalPERS Board for “Trying to Muzzle” the One Director Who “Asks Tough Questions”
The Los Angeles Times weighs in on a story we broke. It sharply criticizes CalPERS trustees for trying to gag their most effective member.
Mark Blyth gives another astute, sobering reading of US and international politics.
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, H1Bs, psychographics, Dem Baltimore retreat, Medicaid for All, copper, lumber, co-ops, global trust, Tesla
Topics: Water Cooler
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Chinese mortgages, which have been the driver of credit growth, are now hard to get. Is this just a short-term tightening?