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Opinion | Virginia Breaks the School-Choice Barrier

Parents haven’t let up in their push for greater school choice, and Virginia reflects the growing momentum. The state’s...

Opinion | Economic Growth, Not Austerity, Is the Answer to Inflation

Lawrence Summers, who served as Bill Clinton’s Treasury secretary, rocked the Democratic establishment last year by predicting that his...

Opinion | Rising Interest Rates Will Crush the Federal Budget

The Federal Reserve’s policies of increasing interest rates and quantitative tightening—reducing its $8.9 trillion balance sheet—will increase the volume...

Opinion | Treasury Threatens to Double-Tax Some Businesses

The last thing America needs is job losses. That’s what we’ll get if the Biden administration doesn’t reverse its...

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One of the last small-ish Android phones looks like it’s going the way of the iPhone Mini

As phone sizes trended upward, one small device stood its ground year after year: the Asus Zenfone. That appears to be changing soon,...

Economist soothes UK legislators: No big fiscal crisis coming—except for in the U.S.

The U.S. is in danger of a fiscal crisis erupting after a ballooning in deficits in recent years, according to Olivier Blanchard, a...

Marriott Bonvoy Business Amex review: Don’t sleep on multiple free night awards and status

Our take: With perks meant to attract business owners who make Marriott Bonvoy hotels their home away from home, and with a relatively...

Tesla’s chief designer has a side hustle: Leading coworkers through workouts in the company’s parking lot

Tesla chief designer Franz von Holzhausen plays a starring role in the company’s workplace wellness offerings. Von Holzhausen, who works closely with CEO Elon...

Facing mounting debt, three quarters of U.S. workers want to get paid every day

On-demand streaming, delivery, and, next up, on-demand compensation. The biweekly paycheck is on the cusp of disruption, although expansion plans have hit a...