President Donald Trump said Saturday that his administration is making a deal with Mexico to keep asylum seekers at America’s southern border in Mexico.
Oregon workers are asking a federal court to do away with policies that limit their ability to cut financial ties with labor unions.
Gov.-elect Tim Walz continues to express support for raising Minnesota’s gas tax to better address the state’s infrastructure and transit needs, but some policy observers want lawmakers to put the brakes on the idea.
The newly released Corporate Tax Report, produced by personal finance website WalletHub, provides an overview of the taxes the largest and most established businesses in the U.S. pay.
Thirty years ago—in November 1988—the novel as an art-form sputtered out and died. And a man named Neil Gaiman killed it.
None of that is true, of course. At least, none of it is true in the sense of being the actual particulars, the genuine facts on the ground. Novels didn’t cease to be written. Novelists didn’t forget that book-length fiction was one of the central devices by which modern times tried to explain itself to itself. Publishers didn’t fold up their businesses and steal away into the night. There’s a lot of ruin in an art-form, and the novel, with its sneer of cold command, yet gazes out on the world of art it claims to dominate.
An elderly tech inventor is accusing the federal government of personally targeting him to block him from patenting his life’s work.
The idea of providing what’s called a “Basic Income” for low-income individuals funded by the government is not new. But it’s a concept that has been gaining traction in the media, higher education, Congress and elsewhere.
Pennsylvania’s Independent Fiscal Office is pretty much what it sounds like—an agency outside the Treasurer’s Office and the Department of Revenue tasked with taking an unbiased view of the state’s financial picture.