Does a New Immigration Reform Bill Have a Chance?

A proposal splitting the difference between Republicans and Democrats faces steep odds.

A Win for Algorithms at the Supreme Court

By not ruling on Section 230 in cases involving Twitter and Google, the court kept in place a beneficial status quo.

Iran Needs an Ultimatum, Not a New Deal

The West still does not have a clear understanding of the regime’s nuclear activities.

The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation

Be wary of big businesses asking to be reined in.

Lawmakers (Re)Introduce Immigration Reform

“Dignity” bill offers migrants legal pathways—if it passes.

The Debt Ceiling Decision Tree

With days to go before the ‘X-date,’ several scenarios could play out.

Debt Ceiling Deal Remains Elusive

Lawmakers may have only nine days to head off a default.

The Biden Administration’s Approach to AI, Explained

The government already regulates artificial intelligence, but future federal policy will depend on how Congress understands its risks.

The Biden Administration’s New Border Plan, Explained

The president’s new strategy relies on Latin America to relieve immigration bottlenecks.

Discontent Grows on the Fringes Over Potential Debt Deal

It may signal a deal could emerge soon. It could also mean things are about to get messy.

Reforming Higher Ed Goes Beyond Free Speech and Loan Forgiveness

Innovation is in order, and leaders like Ben Sasse are well-poised to carry that out.

The American Wealth Machine and Its Misguided Discontents

Despite what you might hear (or believe), the U.S. economy continues to dominate the world.

How Afghanistan Has Become Another Notch in China’s Belt

Our disastrous withdrawal paved the way for a partnership between the Taliban and Xi Jinping’s regime.

Controlled Chaos

Biden’s response to the border crisis is more about messaging than looking for an actual policy solution.

Tuesday’s Make-or-Break Debt Limit Meeting

Deadline pressure is mounting for Kevin McCarthy and Joe Biden to work out a deal.