Children as young as three are either abandoned or orphaned and forced to flee to the US to escape death and serve others.
Occasionally our grey matter produces something new. But mostly it cranks out ideas that are unoriginal or wrong, or both.
Industry catches up to kindergartners who know to clean up after themselves. At last, thermoset plastic comes in a recyclable form.
In the British Isles, thoughtful researchers reach the same conclusion: charging owners rent for land spurs them to use land efficiently.
A Middle East leader faults high land prices even as the Western press lauds them. In his small nation, he sees the harm close up.
President Xi Jinping leads an anticorruption drive. To set a good example, his family members sell off some assets for millions.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports report to local and state governments how much money they have NOT in their general fund.
The biggest risk for Musk isn’t that BMW or Toyota will copy his technology but that they won’t and not bother building electric cars at all.
New research takes a look at decades of corruption convictions to find the crookedest states in the union of American states.
USDA bureaucrats are just doing their jobs, but such a job! And what do taxpayers get for the subsidies? Food less beneficial than ever.
In New Zealand, a new political party has great new ideas for stimulating discussion and leading to fundamental reform.
Fraud, bribery, tax evasion, price-fixing: so? Companies not only avoid serious punishment but still receive tax breaks and cash grants.
If you’re highly placed in government, you are well connected to business, and often can’t resist taking money to misspend public revenue.