With the last of the Democratic debates and the Iowa caucuses finished, the remaining candidates have debated solutions on some of the nation’s biggest issues from healthcare to foreign policy.
Whether or not Yang attains the nomination, like Perot decades before him, Yang's fundraising prowess means that he can continue to hang in the primary fight where others have had to fall, and in the process he can continue to educate the American people on his issues and make a difference.
What we have now in the United States is a situation of wealth inequality which isn't just not good for society as a whole, it's not even good for the wealthy anymore, either.
Yang was the only one on stage Tuesday evening at the Democratic presidential debate from Otterbein University to lay out some important economic truths.
And no, it's not Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, or the Communist Party.
Pennies cause more even more trouble than they are worth — quite literally.
With an assist from CNN host Don Lemon, Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell demolished Republican talking points about the US economy.
Although publicly, Donald Trump and his advisers wave off any suggestion of a recession for the US economy the reality is quite different in private, according to a prominent Washington Post reporter.
Gov. Jim Justice is West Virginia’s richest man and owns its most storied resort. When lobbyists and state agencies book there, he profits. Here’s how the governor, dubbed “Big Jim,” became West Virginia’s little Trump.
The recession long feared for the US economy? "It's here," according to at least one economic analyst.