Congress

Antitrust And Labor Movements Return to Their Roots

While modern antitrust reformers are preoccupied with the amount of competition, Progressive-Era activists argued that the quality of competition mattered too. Two new bills harken back to that time.

By Brian Callaci

The Politics: Creating a Sense of Urgency

By Carlos Curbelo

Weapons & Windmills, Quarks & Quagmires

The Department of Energy’s portfolio is complex, and strong relationships—with other departments, with Congress, and with laboratories—are key.

By Ernest J. Moniz

When Is $2,001 "Too Much” Wealth?

When we’re talking about qualifying for SSI benefits. It’s a cruel policy that Congress can change with one sentence.

By Harold Pollack

Beyond 1600

The White House is where ultimate power rests, but top-notch people running the agencies is what makes government work.

By Jonathan Alter