Why are some people seemingly hard-wired for compassion, while others hardly notice suffering? Is generosity the by-product of a virtuous upbringing, a quality we learn primarily through early observation?
As I land in Monaco for this years Monaco Media Forum, I find myself thinking back to 2009 -- the first year of the now annual event, and the panel that I witnessed that began a journey.
In Huffington this week, Tom Zeller puts the spotlight on what he rightly calls a "national disgrace": the grinding poverty that plagues rural communities throughout America, especially among minorities. And Radley Balko puts a seemingly routine traffic stop under the microscope, raising questions about profiling, civil rights violations, and bad cops.
From Afghanistan, Josh Hersh puts the spotlight in Huffington magazine this week on the war efforts we rarely hear about -- the "hearts and minds" development projects. And Bianca Bosker shows that the universe of online dating is expanding, with people meeting and bonding over everything from retweets to witty Chinese restaurant reviews.
In this week's issue of Huffington, David Wood continues to put the spotlight on the sacrifices and struggles of America's veterans; Arthur Delaney looks at a NC congressman's very public battle with an unemployed constituent; and Catherine Pearson reports on new evidence expanding our understanding of in vitro fertilization.
Sufficiently contrite or not, Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to be, as Jerry Brown noted on CNN right after the "surprise" announcement of candidacy in 2003, "a very interesting character."
We have great role models and someday, we will be those great role models, stressing the importance of initiative to the next generation. I am so excited to see what this generation of girls accomplishes, given our seemingly inherent knowledge of how to succeed.
Arianna, along with Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson, appeared Thursday morning on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss the issue of job cr...
Arianna joined Ken Duberstein, a former White House chief of staff under Ronald Reagan, to discuss Mitt Romney's debate performance on CNBC Thursday m...
Arianna joined Dr. Judith Rodin, the president of the Rockefeller Foundation, to discuss unlocking "$100 trillion of opportunities in for-profit marke...
Dave's beat allowed him to have close interactions with columnists like Ann Landers, Dear Abby, Walter Cronkite and just about every cartoonist who has ever walked the planet. He writes about those people and experiences in Comic (and Column) Confessional.
In this week's issue of Huffington, Lila Shapiro puts the spotlight on the small but robust gay contingent within the GOP, Tom Zeller Jr. tracks the debate over the eastward migration of mountain lions, and Gazelle Emami interviews Ai Weiwei, bringing the dissident Chinese artist's passion and fearlessness into sharp focus in time for his first major show in the U.S.
There's a kind of truth that you can only get through untruth -- through fiction. And that's why we're now adding fiction and poetry to our menu at Huffington.
Where have the Occupiers been over the last year? What have they been doing? What are their plans for the future? In this month's issue of Huffington, Saki Knafo answers those questions and many more.
I fell in love with politics as a kid when I first heard the soaring cadence of John F. Kennedy's acceptance speech when he was nominated for President in 1960. I became a political junkie right then and there.
Arianna stopped by the "Morning Joe" studio Wednesday morning to discuss the Democratic National Convention and America's jobs crisis. Huffington ...