Perhaps if the Church had been less rigid, dogmatic, and judgmental on the sexual pressures in the human person, there might have been less priestly misconduct on sexual assaults.
The watchword is hacking, which used to imply something both geeky and malicious. Now it's the height of cool, and we'll be seeing it done big.
With all the talk of politicians, drugs and government spending, now is the time to take a hard look at reworking minimum sentencing guidelines for individuals arrested with small amounts of illegal drugs.
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When Uncle Bob asks you how life is post-graduation at the Christmas Eve dinner table, it's hard to answer. You're paying off $40,000 in student loans for an English degree, but working at the local coffee shop making minimum wage. Who's to blame?
It is not coincidental that New York is a business and cultural capital; business and the arts are one. Arts and culture improve livability, drive tourism and economic development and make the city desirable for businesses and their employees.
There is news that House and Senate negotiators have agreed to move Trade Promotion Authority, known as "fast track," by early next year. Those of us ...
Democrats bear as much responsibility as Republicans for allowing our once promising democracy to degenerate into a plutocracy of the irresponsible super-rich.
While today's debate asks whether inequality hurts growth, the oldsters among us remember the time when the received wisdom was pretty much the opposite.
National sovereignty shows no signs of fading away, but a form of global citizenship seems to be growing alongside it. This global citizenship makes us want to help China solve its air pollution problems.
The Greek government is forecasting 0.6 percent economic growth in 2014, after six straight years of economic contraction. But the OECD doesn't agree with the Greek government's forecast of modest good news.
Following a month-long return to the memories of my Cold War years of reporting in Southeast Asia, life in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Hong Kong exposed me to an economic revival of these countries that have put the animosities of the past to rest.
It has been approximately five years since we got out of the Great Recession. The supply-side economic endeavor has not trickled down to the group that should help to spur the economy as they increase spending on the purchase of goods and services, the middle class and the poor.
We are engaged in an intense economic competition with other nations that generally enjoy significant advantages over us. The one area in which we dominate, and which is the crucial key to our continuing success, is our leadership in innovation.
Gradual Climate Shifts Could Have Sudden Impacts says the US National Research Council, reports Brian Kahn at Climate Central. Abrupt shifts in the c...
Fischer is surely not the person we need as Yellen's number two. His resume suggests that in his bones he is an austerian. Although he cut rates sharply during the crisis as head of the Israeli central bank, this is not proof he can manage an economy that is struggling to recover.