This can be tricky, since they tend to have every gadget and gizmo you could imagine, but fear not, here is a little guide to get that person the perfect holiday gift.
Arianna Huffington Colbert,
Arianna Huffington Colbert Report,
Arianna Huffington The Colbert Report,
Colbert Arianna Huffington,
Colbert Report Arianna Huffington,
The Colbert Report,
The Colbert Report Arianna Huffington,
Today, as The Colbert Report airs its final episode, I'm looking back with gratitude on nine years of great television. I loved being on the show several times, discussing everything from my Greek accent to self-sabotage to the obnoxious roommate living in my head. Here are some of my favorite moments on The Colbert Report over the years.
Grace Lee Boggs,
The James And Grace Lee Boggs School,
Community And Social Action,
The Oral History Club is a powerful example of the importance of intergenerational dialogue between our youth and the elders. It is the knowing of what has been that informs the limitless possibility of what can be.
Centers For Disease Control And Prevention,
Health Care Providers,
Healthy Living News
We all need to break the silence that surrounds STDs in our communities -- we should talk about STDs without shame or stigma and help young people understand STD screening is a routine, essential part of taking care of themselves and protecting their future health.
Even if your credit score isn't up to snuff or the costs seem to high right now, you can get your finances into better shape before you try to buy your first home.
Levin is a lovely man, a sweetheart, if you will. But not to those who stole from the American people and especially his beloved Michiganders. The senator who wouldn't take a picture frame was hell on wheels to those who thought nothing about taking millions or billions.
For more than a decade now, the Michigan Legislature has failed to properly fund the Department of Transportation, which has resulted in a steady decline in the quality of Michigan's roads.
When the Senate approved the omnibus spending bill to prevent the government from shutting down, it also delivered a blow to some retirees who collect pensions. In a little-discussed provision of the bill, certain multi-employer pension plans were given the go-ahead to reduce pension checks to current recipients by up to 60 percent. Didn't see that coming, did you?
Sports In 2014,
The Year In Sports,
However, while it's easy to lament to the failings of our sports fandoms in 2014, there's no denying that there was also a lot of good to come from the past year.
20 Kids' Names That Most Often Appear On The Naughty List,
Ella Christie HuffPost,
Ella Christie HuffPost Naughty List,
Ella Christie Huffington Post,
Ella Christie Huffington Post Naughty List,
Ella Christie Naughty List,
Ella HuffPost Naughty List,
Ella Huffington Post,
Ella Huffington Post Naughty List,
Ella Naughty List,
Kids' Names That Most Often Appear On The Naughty List,
Earlier this week I learned that a story that had run on HuffPost Parents had left one of our readers a bit upset. The post was entitled "20 Kids' Names That Most Often Appear On The 'Naughty' List," and the reader was a 7-year-old girl named Ella -- which also happened to be the number-one name on the "naughty" list.
Black Poets Speak Out,
Citizen: An American Lyric,
Detroit Youth Poetry,
InsideOut Literary Arts Project,
National Book Award,
Black Lives Matter,
As a white person, I will never know the sting of racial aggression, micro or macro, but I can learn to recognize my biases, to educate myself and even dare, as Rankine's brilliant work suggests, "to see in color."
The city is a perpetually incomplete project; it is constantly being remade and reshaped by the changing state of our world, whether by the interventions of its governing bodies or the powerful actions of its residents. Architecture can and must speak to this adaptability, as both a technology and reflection of social change.
All of a sudden I noticed that my "People You May Know" box was overrun with a decade's worth of guys that I've dated or hooked up with and then promptly forgot about (or actively took great pains to avoid).
Instead of going on a witch hunt to find welfare queens, that by in large do not exist -- Representative Farrington might want to consider spending our money on strengthening our social safety net. Maybe we can spend half a million dollars helping them instead of stigmatizing the poor. Just food for thought.
War On Christmas,
Pretending to know what it's like to be black in America isn't even remotely close to actually being black in America.
Greetings from India, where I'm thrilled to announce we're launching our latest international edition, in collaboration with The Times of India Group and its digital arm, Times Internet (TIL). Beyond its 1.24 billion people, India is vast in every way -- its history, its colors, its food, its spiritual traditions, the billions of stories of its people, its contradictions. And without question India is facing huge and unique challenges -- from poverty and sanitation to sexual violence and endemic corruption. But India has unique resources to meet all these challenges. It's in looking back to its ancient traditions that have been exported around the world that so much of the wisdom and strength needed to build the future will be found. And I'm thrilled that HuffPost India will be there to chronicle this story and -- just as important -- help Indians tell their stories themselves.
Detroit Hip Hop,
Apollo Brown has low key become one of Detroit's most consistent hip-hop artists currently making waves in the underground. Whether it's solo projects, collaborative albums with various emcees, or group projects, Apollo Brown's vast discography has gave him the luxury to...
It's been an incredible month for school counselors who help students and families make good college decisions. In mid-November, leaders from 30 states convened at a White House Summit to develop and discuss plans to expand and improve college access and college counseling for all students. Many of these individual...
I didn't cry. But a part of me died. When I heard the news about Eric Garner, my casual 'faith' in America died -- and I am thankful for its death.
The "Did you smoke?" question is offensive, of course, because it implies that the person deserves their cancer more than other types of cancer patients and thus merits less support or inferior medical care.