Saturday, December 27, 2014
Regulators Circling Facebook
Doctor Who Helped US Find Bin Laden Sentenced To Prison
Polls Open In Historic Egypt Elections
Government Report Contradicts GOP On Dire Situation
Nasdaq Official: We Should Have Had 'The Right Solution Before Moving Forward' With Facebook IPO
Romney Picks Up Surprising Lead In New Poll
Van Jones: More Solar, Not Less
Central to the move towards localized clean energy is a little-known policy called "net metering." Today, there are over 100,000 rooftop solar energy systems in California and net metering is the policy responsible for 99% of them.
Bernard-Henri Lévy: Kerouac at the Cinema
I can see myself, talking about one of those books of life, a source of sustenance for young people refusing the inevitability of an timid existence, one somehow cracked or just rocked softly into precocious old age, a book like a bible, a treatise on savoir-vivre for the use of future generations, Jack Kerouac's On the Road.
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm: Voter Suppression Is Treasonous
It is an affront to our democracy that you need a specific identification to vote for a candidate, but not to finance one. Why is it so easy to buy a government, but becoming so hard to vote for one?
Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: "Whom Shall I Fear?" The Incomparable Testimony Of Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis
Congressman John Lewis is the last living leader of the civil rights movement. I spoke with him about his new book and the role that faith, nonviolence and reconciliation played in the civil rights movement.
Kerry Kennedy: Ode to My Best Friend -- Mary Richardson Kennedy
Let's not remember Mary for her despair, but let's take inspiration from her determination to heal the woundedness in herself and in those she loved.