It’s long been true that there are three potential outcomes to the current Greek debt crisis. Everyone kisses and makes up and a deal is reached on the second and then third bailouts. This has long been
Accounting firms, especially the larger ones, have clients and solid businesses, and, critically, they tend to want to grow. The irony is that many if not most of these firms are defining growth as bringing
Well, here we are at the start of 2015, and the unemployment rate has declined to 5.6 percent. Over the course of 58 consecutive months, the Obama economy has created 11.2 million private sector jobs.
Wherever I travel, the questions follow, suggesting that the U.S., if not exactly crazy, is decidedly a danger to itself and others. It's past time to wake up, America, and look around. There's another
David Cameron has issued a stark message that “red warning lights are flashing on the dashboard of the global economy” in the same way as when the financial crash brought the world to its knees six years
Labour will fight the next election on a pledge to cut tuition fees by £3,000 as part of a "radical" manifesto Labour will pledge to cut tuition fees by thousands of pounds a year in their next manifesto.
Republicans think Harry Reid is running the Senate like a dictator: His no-compromise style is almost like Vladimir Putin’s, and his inflammatory rhetoric is reminiscent of the Joe McCarthy era. But Reid
The Republican “Young Guns” are ready to rule, if they get the chance. Since they first got the name seven years ago, allies and enemies of Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan and Kevin McCarthy are now beginning jockey
California billionaire Tom Steyer turned heads in Washington with the news that he plans to spend $100 million to help make climate change a defining issue in this year’s elections. But it gets even bigger:
For many state parties, the party may soon be over. State party officials across the country say the explosion of money into super PACs, nonprofit groups and presidential campaigns has made fundraising
Our politicians are proposing to bring back statutory press control for the first time in more than 300 years. This is unacceptable. A free press is one that is free from government or political interference.
The sorry tale of Chris Huhne, Vicky Pryce, the speeding points and the jail sentences was a perfect illustration of the old adage: "Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we leave our wives for a