As an appeals court judge, Judge Barrett has issued opinions that have reflected those of her mentor, Justice Antonin Scalia, but with few of his occasional liberal rulings.
In the wake of the last recession, government spending dried up, dragging out the recovery. Policymakers warn against letting it happen again.
The president often criticized the Defense Production Act as anti-business. Now he’s campaigning on having frequently used the law to ramp up production of medical gear.
Judicial nominees should be honest about their stance on abortion.
Here’s how to defend it.
The Democratic bill up for debate would send $25 billion to the Postal Service and reverse changes that have slowed service until after November’s election.
Nursing homes, the center of the pandemic, are seeking tax breaks, federal cash infusions and protection against lawsuits.
An appellate court has reinstated a bizarre grab bag of statutes that were invalidated more than three years ago.
And by the way, it’s “suffragist” not “suffragette.”
The N.B.A.’s Houston Rockets and restaurants like Chez Panisse are among those suing their insurers for refusing to pay “business interruption” claims during the coronavirus outbreak.
Millions of dollars of Paycheck Protection Program loans went to China-backed businesses in critical sectors, a study found.
In the middle of the election season, Democrats hopeful of capturing the White House and Congress intensify their talk of ending the filibuster to thwart Republican opposition.