As a matter of fairness and practicality, drivers should pay for the roads they drive on. There are lots of problems that stem from the way we use cars. We price roads incorrectly, so people overuse them.
By Dave Sheinin Stanford swimmer Katie Ledecky broke two NCAA records Sunday, as well as her own American record in the 1,650-yard freestyle, at a meet at Ohio State. In her first month as a collegiate
Trump voters and Bernie Bros get all the press, but it’s Hillary voters who are going to win. In a 1969 speech, then-President Richard Nixon directly addressed the “silent majority” of Americans who he
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — A couple of years ago, Walmart, which once built its entire branding around a big yellow smiley face, was creating more than its share of frowns. Shoppers were fed up. They complained
Political reporters were taken aback by Hillary Clinton’s charge that half of Trump’s supporters are prejudiced. Few bothered to investigate the claim itself. In July of 2010, journalist and provocateur
The state has low unemployment and more and more jobs, but its future workforce may not be equipped to fill them. DENVER— Colorado businesses are enjoying a robust recovery from the recession. Good jobs
There is no budget wonk in Washington with a résumé as thick as Alice Rivlin's. Rivlin was the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office. She was the director of President Bill Clinton's Office
Are memes calling the Irish "the first slaves" an attempt to derail conversations about slavery and modern-day racism? This year, as acting Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny meets Barack Obama at the annual