Tucker Carlson is spreading misinformation about the inflation rate
The Inflation rate is the highest in decades. But it's not close to 15 percent.
Inflation-adjusted college tuition is finally falling
College enrollment has been falling since 2012. The pandemic accelerated the decline.
Why low-paid workers have enjoyed a long wage boom
Booms and busts affect low-wage workers the most.
Biden should allow Zoom visa interviews to ease the labor shortage
A visa backlog has stranded 460,000 potential workers outside the US.
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The Democrats’ child care proposal is deeply flawed
It could actually raise costs for many parents in the first three years.
A famous coding bootcamp is rethinking its unusual business model
Lambda School's income sharing agreements just became a worse deal for students.
No, the real inflation rate isn’t 15 percent
Jordan Peterson and Jack Dorsey are touting a bogus theory about the inflation rate.
Thank the GOP for the global minimum tax
Nobody wants to say it, but the Republican tax plan is the model for a center-left global deal.
Bubbles are hard to spot, even in hindsight
People use the same flawed reasoning to identify tech bubbles and housing bubbles.