Steven Pressman and three other economists weigh in on 2016 election results.
The real lessons of “Brexit” will become apparent not on election day but starting the day after, when the person elected to be the next president of the United States turns to the unenviable but critical task of putting the country back together.
The measure, called ColoradoCare, builds on the Affordable Care Act, which has succeeded in expanding health insurance coverage but failed to stop the rise of health care costs.
If the results of legalization initiatives on this year's ballot are all "yes," about 23 percent of Americans will be able to use marijuana socially. But the conflict between state and federal law creates an unstable financial environment for producers and retailers.
Communications can be greatly enhanced with software and hardware innovations used with commercially available smartphones and wireless network equipment.
Steady erosion of the American labor movement has undermined middle-class incomes and values.
Dealing with the problem of inequality will actually make America great, rather than simply irate.