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Bill Clinton gestures as he and Al Gore stand by a forklift with reams of federal bureaucratic rules and regulations outside the White House in 1993.

Analysis: Reforming Government First Requires Understanding It

Jared Kushner’s new initiative promises to tap the expertise of the business community—but government isn't a business.

President Trump meets with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan on March 1 at the White House. Despite GOP control of Congress, disunity within the party threatens Trump's agenda.

After Health Care Debacle, Trump Needs a Plan B

The chief executive can score some big wins without Congress.

Will Any of the Lawsuits Against Trump's Businesses Succeed?

Citizens are suing the president to force him to sell his businesses.

Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Trying to Bilk Social Security of $550 Million

Kentucky disability case is victory in ongoing effort against improper payments.

The Road to Government Reform Is Filled With Landmines

Our institutions were created for a different era, but the moment is ripe for change.

Most in the Workplace Are Secretly Threatened By Creativity

In schools, science, and business, we reward familiar ideas—not novel ones.

Rewriting the Rules of Presidential Succession

A project begun after 9/11 assumes new urgency after the 2016 election—creating a more sensible plan for what happens when a chief executive steps aside.

Why Bureaucrats Matter in the Fight to Preserve the Rule Of Law

Officials who defy illegitimate orders must logically always be the exceptions to a general rule of obeying orders, lest the very meaning of their defiance evaporate.

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