Rep. John Lewis, who drew the ire of Donald Trump after questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election because of Russia’s alleged interference in it, avoided mentioning the president-elect by name as he called on young people to stand up when they perceive injustices.
As the world’s financial, corporate and political elites gather this week for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos, the global economic order is teetering. The question is whether it can be rescued.
Republicans have for years trashed the Financial Stability Oversight Council as too political, opaque, and overreaching. But once a GOP administration takes control of the panel, they may find its broad remit useful in quickly scaling back Obama-era policies.
In a Wall Street Journal interview, Donald Trump explains that his strong-arming of businesses, a departure from traditional conservative beliefs, is designed to set a tone for other companies, Gerald F. Seib writes.
Elizabeth MacDonough, the sixth person and first woman to hold the title of chief Senate parliamentarian, will play a crucial role in determining what can be included in legislation enabling the Senate to roll back major parts of the Affordable Care Act.