If Atlanta's Mayor Kasim Reed had just followed the law and the court's ruling, his recent spat with street vendors would never have become national news.
Big gates often swing on little hinges. If the big gate Supreme Court case of Bond v. United States swings shut, it could give the government unlimited treaty enforcement powers.
The former Secretary of State has all but officially announced her candidacy for 2016 with a burst of speechifying to wealthy donors.
Kickstarter provides a platform that matches entrepreneurs with capital. The results are borderline miraculous.
An October 25 article for CNBC predicted that gas prices, down significantly from where they were in April, would continue to slide by at least another 10 cents per gallon, perhaps more. That would bring the national average price, currently at $3.29 a gallon, closer to $3, with some places in the country enjoying even lower prices.
The economic problems facing Puerto Rico are the same problems facing the United States, and they are caused by the same things.
On October 22, Chevron Corporation sued Steven Donziger for fraud and bribery used to obtain a $19 billion damage award against Chevron from an Ecuadorian judge.
Thursday's announcement that "tweaks" a part of ObamaCare masks much deeper and more profound problems facing the mandated healthcare program.
Those glitches and delays of ObamaCare resulted from a political decision: Premiums would be calculated only after subsidies were applied, hiding the fact of higher premiums.
Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan's CEO, is trying to buy off the Justice Department for $13 billion. As part of the deal Dimon also wants all criminal investigations to go away as well.