Biden will issue 17 executive orders, memoranda, directives, and letters on Wednesday after he is sworn in.
The expansion of executive temporary appointments and the increased level of politicization surrounding Senate confirmations deserves analysis.
Maybe that power's non-existence was taken for granted.
Republican senators have already expressed skepticism about some of the Biden nominees' business dealings, particularly those involving China.
Mayors and governors, don't ask your citizens to make any sacrifice that you're not willing to make yourself.
My Bloomberg Opinion column yesterday concerned legislation to take back some of the powers Congress has imprudently granted to the president.
If the executive branch can unilaterally suspend residential evictions to limit the spread of coronavirus, is there anything it can’t do?
No one has ever explained — not coherently, at least — what arbitrary level of emergency justifies this kind of unilateralism.
The tax deferral is likely to be the cause of nothing other than disorder and inconvenience, both now and in the future.
The uncertainty raises a host of questions for companies and workers.