The group blog of The New Republic
March 17, 2014
The foreign media call him the gray cardinal of Putinism. But he's a much more colorful villain than that.
The new regulation could cause some for-profits to become ineligible for federal grants and scholarships.
They're all banned from entering the U.S.
Implementing this plan now would probably mean taking away coverage from a lot of people who just got it.
March 16, 2014
March Madness may actually help the economy and bring your workers closer together.
The former Massachusetts senator has all but declared his Senate candidacy—and hinted he yearns for higher office.
Our future might be more liberal than Libertarian.
While economists debate about how to measure long versus short-term unemployment numbers, the Federal Reserve should continue to press the gas.
Obama told Putin the U.S. is "prepared to impose additional costs on Russia for its actions."
Voting is underway in Crimea, where not one but two referendums held today will determine whether the peninsula will become Russian territory. Here's a quick primer on today's vote to clarify some of its important details: