Author: Catherine Rampell

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Happy 30th birthday, World Wide Web. Who knew that we'd be celebrating this three-decade tech milestone with such a frenzy of anti-tech fervor? [Read More]
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Many problems to fix. [Read More]
Fair enough: President Trump's heartless and whackadoodle budget, released on Monday, will never actually become law. Even when his party had unified control of government,... [Read More]
Fair enough: President Trump's heartless and whackadoodle budget, released on Monday, will never actually become law. Even when his party had unified control of government,... [Read More]
Why does it matter whether a then-17-year-old Brett M. Kavanaugh drunkenly tried to rape a 15 year old, at a house party, 36 years ago? [Read More]
We should absolutely want an independent, nonpartisan investigation, perhaps led by the FBI, to ferret out the truth as fully as possible. [Read More]
The accusation matters most because of what it implies about what he might do as a judge. [Read More]
For years, Donald Trump and right-wing pundits warned us about the War on Christmas. We should have listened. [Read More]
For years, Donald Trump and right-wing pundits warned us about the War on Christmas. We should have listened. [Read More]
What we had here was a failure to communicate. [Read More]
Some $250 billion worth of duties on foreign goods is the real War on Christmas. [Read More]
What we had here is a failure to communicate. [Read More]
By all means, let's raise the living standards of workers at Amazon, Walmart, McDonald's and other employers of low-wage Americans. [Read More]
It's clear the policymakers who helped avert a second Great Depression never convinced Americans that what they did was right. [Read More]
There's certainly lots of deregulation afoot, especially in Trump's favorite industries. But it's hard to argue the actions being taken will substantially boost growth. [Read More]
Here's how his deregulation crusade is working out in the real world. [Read More]
'Trade, not aid." [Read More]
A bill aimed at penalizing large, rich firms would end up making them less likely to hire the people who needs jobs the most. [Read More]
"Trade, not aid." That's what farmers, ranchers and their elected officials keep telling the Trump administration they want. They have worked hard over the... [Read More]
"Trade, not aid."That's what farmers, ranchers and their elected officials keep telling the Trump administration they want. They have worked hard over the years to... [Read More]
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