Saturday, July 23, 2016
Republican Anxiety Building Over Crop Of 2012 Candidates
PHOTOS: A First Look Inside Japan's Damaged Nuclear Plant
States Said To Be Weighing Google Antitrust Probe
Chris Brown: I'm Sorry
Wisconsin Emails Show GOP Considered Ways To Punish Dems
Ed Schultz: Why I Support President Obama's Decision to Invade Libya
As a country, many of us have war fatigue. But if this is defined the way Obama says it is -- limited in scope -- this actually could be a situation where we don't hear from Gaddafi for a long, long time.
Robert Tornambe, M.D.: What Is Beauty? A Plastic Surgeon's Perspective
The word "beauty" is the most overused, misunderstood, poorly defined word in the English language. What makes a woman beautiful? The Holy Grail of beauty has never been completely understood.
Teresa Strasser: Winning Has a Nice Sheen to It
We became obsessed with Tiger Mom's badass dedication to her daughters' excellence, the way she focused on getting the all-important "W" for her kids. Turns out, we like that quality in our downward-spiraling TV stars, too.
Wendell Potter: One Year Later: Health Care Reform a Law Worth Keeping
The heated rhetoric we've been exposed to since the health care reform debate began has obscured the harsh realities of a system that failed to meet the needs of millions of Americans. Last year's reform law is a start to fixing that.
Robert Creamer: Big Banks Plan Sneak Attack on Wall Street Reform Law Within Days
The financial sector does not make anything. Its goal is to take a little piece of every transaction as money flows through its hands, and in the coming days Wall Street will fight to continue this practice in its harshest form.