Service jobs are already providing good, sometimes great, salaries for workers today. The ongoing shifts in our economy may be painful, but there are reasons for optimism.
A Chinese businessman has been accused of spying on several of Boeing’s most sensitive military programs. It’s another sign that the cyber war between the U.S. and China is heated and ongoing.
China desperately wants to boost its natural gas supplies to help alleviate its dependence on coal and the smog that energy source spews out, but it’s finding that task devilishly difficult.
A Chinese fighter jet provoked an American aircraft three days ago by flying dangerously close to it, baring its weapons, and doing a barrel roll. This is the sort of potential flashpoint that China should be avoiding.
Americans don’t always like to acknowledge it, but the U.S. has a long history of fighting so-called dirty wars. Perhaps rather than insisting we should never get involved in these conflicts, we should learn how to do so as cleanly and efficiently as possible.
A new study suggests the recent slowdown in global warming could last for another decade. That’s good news in the short-term, but it highlights our woeful lack of understanding of our climate.
An Indonesian Constitutional Court ruling confirms the election of widely hailed reform candidate Jokowi.
Chinese manufacturing is underperforming expectations. We may be seeing signs of the storm that Xi has been preparing for by consolidating power.
Three new studies show employers responding to the ACA by cutting jobs, moving jobs to part time, or passing on new costs to workers. So much for “Affordable.”
In cities and towns across America, debtor’s prisons in all but name are locking the less fortunate into cycles of poverty and dysfunction.