Colleges and universities are finding creative ways to make money.
Sanctions have become an increasingly common foreign policy tool for the U.S. How effective are they?
From moon missions and space shuttles to public-private partnerships.
NASA has been taking a more hands-off approach to extra-planetary exploration. What will that mean for the economics of space?
The Federal Reserve spends a lot of effort trying to target the level of inflation to about 2 percent. Why? Because tiny New Zealand did it first.
China and the U.S. have been locked in a trade war for most of 2018, but peace may be on the horizon.... at least a partial peace.
When the yield curve inverts, people worry that it's a sign we're headed for recession. But its predictive reliability also depends on the way it inverts.
What the yellow vest protests in Paris tell us about economic reform in France and the parallels with politics in the U.S.
The U.S. and Europe just can't agree on car safety standards. That puts car companies in a weird position, makes car cost more and just seems kind of random and wasteful.
For years after the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve kept short term interest rates near zero percent. It began raising rates in 2015 — but did it jump the gun.