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Past:
  • NBC News
  • The Boston Globe

Recent articles by Evan:

Trump could save jobs but hobble the economy

President-elect Donald Trump is trying to remake the American economy one business at a time. The strategy? Cajole and scold until companies everywhere decide to make more things in America. In just the past week, Trump used some of his newfound political capital — and some taxpayer dollars — to keep Carrier Corp. from moving manufacturing jobs to Mexico from Indiana, then over the weekend he… → Read More

IQ rates are dropping in many developed countries and that doesn't bode well for humanity

IQ rates are falling in many developed countries, and experts haven't figured out why. But answering that question is important to keeping the global economy on track. → Read More

Trump's immigration crackdown will make America's population slowdown much worse

Trump's anti-immigration policies will make the economic consequences of the coming population slowdown much, much worse. → Read More

Has Trump gained ground in Massachusetts? We’ll find out Tuesday

We should be able to track the president’s influence by seeing where Trump-like candidates do best — and also where moderate Republicans are losing ground. → Read More

Can Trump change citizenship rights?

It’s possible President Trump’s statement is little more than a political stunt to rile up his anti-immigration base before the midterms. → Read More

The Trump bump is for real

The US economy is headed toward its best year since the recession. → Read More

What’s behind the stock market swoon? A little of everything

As markets seek to stabilize after Wednesday’s deep dive, interest rates, bond yields, and China remain concerns for investors. → Read More

Mass. residents spend more than people in other states. Can we afford it?

State residents lead the nation in shelling out money, spending more on household goods and services than peers in every other state. → Read More

Rain, rain go away . . . Mass. doesn’t have enough money in its rainy day fund

Massachusetts still hasn’t set aside enough money for the next recession, despite nine years of steady economic growth. → Read More

The Fed is slowing the economy in order to save it

The plan: Use a series of deliberate rate hikes to stanch further economic improvements and keep the US economy poised on the near side of the line between strong growth and unsustainable growth. → Read More

A balanced budget sounds good, but could it trigger a recession that drags on?

Less government borrowing would mean long-term lower interest rates, and problems for the Fed. → Read More

President Trump is getting away with China tariffs, for now

That’ll only be true as long as investors remain bullish and corporate profits stay strong. → Read More

So much for the Massachusetts miracle

A broad and detailed survey shows that the state trailed the rest of the nation in 2017 when it comes to middle-class income growth, poverty reduction, and the expansion of health insurance coverage. → Read More

Incomes are up, poverty is down — but Americans should be doing better

The annual Census Bureau report shows today’s median household is doing no better than in 2007, or 1999, once you adjust for changes in the way this survey has been run over time. → Read More

Heading into the midterms, expect the polls to get it wrong

Progressive outsiders are making the pollsters look foolish. → Read More

Study: Massachusetts is less sexist than other states

New research looks at how gender bias in individual states affects women’s wages, employment, and whether they have children at an early age → Read More

Trump scores a NAFTA win with Mexico and puts Canada in a difficult spot

The United States and Mexico said Monday that they had reached a new trade deal, a step toward President Trump’s goal of rewriting the North American Free Trade Agreement. → Read More

Trump may never face justice

President Trump has been implicated in an election-related crime — a crime that may have helped him capture the presidency — and yet he may never face punishment. → Read More

Trump’s new greenhouse gas policy is more of a stalling tactic than a solution

The mere fact that he is unveiling the policy at a rally in West Virginia tells you a lot about the nature of his plans: They’re coal-friendly and minimally sensitive to the reality of climate change. → Read More

History suggests strong economy could tame the Blue Wave

To reclaim control of the House of Representatives in November, Democrats will have to defy the results of previous midterm elections. → Read More