Jun 29, 2015
I can't shake the feeling that I've spent the last five years watching the Grexit Special Edition Director's Cut, and now the finale music is finally swelling. The problem is, I've felt like this before, because this crisis seems to be directed by Peter Jackson. That's not...
Jun 26, 2015
Yes, subsidies will remain available on federal exchanges. So the Supreme Court ruled, in a 6-3 opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts. I am not wholly surprised; it seemed plausible that the court might rule either way. The justices might have come close to...
Jun 18, 2015
I know what you're about to say: Megan, every time you write about journalism, it's all doom and gloom. Why don't you provide a look at exciting new business models in journalism that can survive the transition? How do I know you're about to say this? Because I am about...
Jun 17, 2015
There are two things worth noting about the current situation in Greece.
Jun 10, 2015
Medicaid is the nation's largest means-tested transfer program, and even conservatives generally acknowledge that it makes its recipients better off.
Jun 8, 2015
Ah, Scandinavia, Nordic paradise. Nowhere else seems to so easily combine a very progressive welfare state with high levels of growth. It's no surprise, then, that it is the darling of international indices of everything from happiness to prosperity.
Jun 5, 2015
How much should we pay for cancer drugs?
May 29, 2015
As readers of this column know, Los Angeles recently decided to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour across the board, including even tipped workers like waitstaff.