College athletes deserve more

The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision this week in a narrow antitrust case focused on student-athlete compensation should be a major warning to the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The justices ruled that the behemoth governing body of college sports could not … Read more

Opinion | A Bipartisan Missile Buildup

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan sign the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty in the White House, Dec. 8, 1987. Photo: str old/Reuters The Biden Administration often seems as if wants to repudiate every decision by its … Read more

Opinion | More Hidden Costs in the Fight for $15

An employee at Anthropologie adjusts a display in Newport Beach, Calif., May 26, 2020. Photo: Paul Bersebach/Zuma Press The economic debate over the minimum wage is often fought over jobs numbers. In a February survey of economists, 45% of respondents … Read more