When OPEC tried to bankrupt frackers by flooding the world with cheaply produced oil, the effort backfired. American entrepreneurs learned to frack oil and natural gas even more cheaply and undercut the foreign gambit.
Twitter notified a critic of Turkey's leader that it had received a court order from Turkey demanding the shutdown of his Twitter feed on the grounds that it had violated the personal rights of the Turkish president.
Ethanol is not essential to America’s economy. In fact, it might better be described as a drag on the economy.
Behind the scenes, officials said that the decision to unveil the new sanctions came after a good faith effort to identify Chinese firms the United States believes are undermining international sanctions against the Kim Jong Un's North Korean regime.
Since 2002, Working Families has been challenging the political status quo in Connecticut, achieving statewide victories like increasing the minimum wage and securing paid sick days for workers.
I am scared. Scared to write this, send this, post this, share this, scared to step forward. But I must.
Things have been seemingly quiet concerning the plans for Seaside State Park, but now comes a proposal that would mean a big change for the park and the surrounding neighborhood.
The bypass proposal demonstrates what can happen when the people of southeastern Connecticut speak loud, speak clearly and most of all, speak out.
Uber has not totally eliminated taxis. But now these are forced to upgrade their services, and the consumer benefits.
American pilots helped win the Great War 100 years ago, as aviation came of age.
It is our highest calling to exercise responsible stewardship over creation.
Jared Kushner, already reported to be a "person of interest" in the Justice Department probe of the Trump campaign, arguably has the most to lose from the revelation that the campaign did at least attempt to collude with the Russian government to...
Once you’ve said “I’m in,” it makes no difference that the meeting was a bust.
Members of our critically important middle-class have been ignored and deliberately allowed to wither on the vine as if they don’t matter.