WASHINGTON — From Vermont to California, governors and housing associations agree Americans in rural and urban areas are facing a housing affordability crisis.
WASHINGTON — From Vermont to California, governors and housing associations agree Americans in rural and urban areas are facing a housing affordability crisis.read more
Competition is seen as similar to the ‘Space Race ‘in the 1960s with the Soviet Union.
Does an inventor’s sale of an invention to a third party prior to a patent affect the patentability of the invention?
National security experts are questioning the ethics of private companies’ collection of personal data.read more
Securities and Exchange Chairman Jay Clayton discussed driving investment at Georgetown University Thursday.read more
Underserved communities will benefit from swifter treasury action on zone designation, according to investors.
WASHINGTON--Iran, China, Russia and North Korea pose the biggest cyberthreat to the United States because they want to dominate their regions and see the U.S. as a threat to their leadership, a former top CIA official said Thursday. “North Korean leader Kim Jong Un...
WASHINGTON – Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies are “scams,” a financial expert told the Senate Banking Committee Thursday, but another expert said cryptocurrencies are innovating financial transactions safely. Dr. Nouriel Roubini, a New York University professor,...
Bill Bryan, acting Under Sec. for Science and Technology at DHS, says innovation “not effectively tapped into” by government
Eighty percent of building contractors nationwide are having difficulty finding qualified craft workers, new data show.
WASHINGTON - Many people — especially young people — are worried about whether Social Security will still be around when they are eligible to collect it, but fear not, even millennials will be able to receive benefits, retirement experts say, as long as action is...
Investors hurt by more than a decade of low interest rates are searching for higher returns in uncharted areas, leading to a boom in the litigation finance industry, where lawsuits are funded by third parties. Critics say it will lead to more lawsuits in an already litigious society and reduce the payouts victims receive.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said closing the digital divide is his top priority, but lawmakers at the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing Thursday worried that inaccurate maps of broadband coverage will stymie the FCC’s efforts.
US import prices will increase in long term though remained flat in July caused by a strong dollar in the market, experts said.