Creating a property interest in a person’s genetic information helps foster an efficient market for information, encourage ethical and equitable research practices, and mitigate the inherent risks of the exposure of genetic information to the world.
You might be surprised to know that all charter schools in Indiana are by statute not-for-profit, public institutions.
Today, more than 12 million Muslims face an Orwellian hell in China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
Instead of going down in history for impressive legislative accomplishments, his legacy is likely to be defined by a failure to deliver.
Whatever their next steps might be, President Trump and his team must continue to strike a delicate balance between engagement and pressure when dealing with the world’s second-largest economy.
As with so many cases, even if politically and practically feasible, well-intended regulations will do more harm than good.
This emerging technology is likely to redefine what it means to be a candidate.
The need for conservatives to infiltrate media, to produce art and films, and to develop and create new technologies has never been more apparent.
Recent polling shows Democrats up double digits on a generic ballot, putting Republicans’ sizable majorities at risk.
While brevity is a welcome touch for encouraging access to discourse, it also fixes the discussion in favor of intellectually weak perspectives.
Benton included this dark feature of our past—images of a Ku Klux Klan rally—as a unique reminder of our sins and a testament to our growth.
Candidates who run on ideas—no matter the results—breathe life into their party and help move communities forward.
As Republican infighting continues to stall the president’s domestic agenda, Trump has shown laudable strength as commander-in-chief.
Topics like that of Russian influence should be investigated, but clinging to the latest piece of circumstantial evidence or giving weight to anonymous sources and witty headlines does the nation a disservice. All the while, beltway media and Washington’s most powerful continue to largely ignore a culture of pervasive corruption.
I have grown accustomed to being a political minority in the classroom—studying journalism and public affairs only furthers this reality. In many ways, this has benefited my education; but, as I enter my final semester, I am concerned by our academic leaders’ foray into politics.
The United States has since spent 40 years both sustaining a tempered relationship with Beijing while holding a range of informal ties with the Taiwanese.
Guarded from the thoughts and ideas of the world around them, journalists under-recognized and undervalued populist undercurrents like those of Trump.