America is truly exceptional in its ability to not care, although Americans do care about some things. For instance, we care about having vast amounts of inexpensive food and gas.
Even in Eat Pray Love, Julia Roberts' girlish looks made it hard to buy her as a woman struggling to find meaning. She won't be playing harrowed middle-aged for at least another two decades.
Girls are kidnapped as young as seven and eight years old, and then sold into brothels. Young women are forced into prostitution by trickery and coercion. Why should this matter to you?
Sunday morning I woke up to a phone message from Norman. Norman said that he didn't think he'd be hungry for pizza but did I want to go for coffee instead?
As a 22 year-old cub reporter for a music magazine, I freaked when my boss assigned me to interview "'The Strawberries,' a very important group," whic...
As flood waters ravage Pakistan's land and 20 million of its people, , yet another devastating blow has hit Pakistan: the government approved an $11-million statue of Benazir Bhutto. Yes, this is Pakistani taxpayer money.
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Come hell or high water, India and Pakistan's leaders continually nose-thumb one another. Each snub is met with a counter-snub; every kindness by susp...
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Balancing toughness and empathy has always been a slippery slope for women leaders to navigate. Will a trend of women in power pushing these boundaries result in the policies that will benefit us all?
She's got big lips... some think they're beautiful. I just think they're big lips. But either way, she still can't pull off playing a wonder woman, which is what Angelina Jolie attempts to do in Salt.
L'affaire Farewell tells the riveting true tale of a disenchanted KGB colonel who gives state secrets to a French businessman working in Russia.
We launched the Huffington Post art page only five weeks ago. Every time I see the tag line below the masthead saying "News and Opinion," I feel the phrase warrants some refinement and clarification.
Inception was again number one, with $43.5 million in its second weekend. That's a borderline-shocking drop of just 30%, which is almost unheard of in this day and age of mega-openers.
It is clear to anyone watching Salt that there has been a sea change in action movies: the most exciting chase sequences in the film are on foot.