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Why 'Zero Dark Thirty' Is Dangerous By Alex Gibney

Alex Gibney | Posted 02.20.2013 | Entertainment
Alex Gibney

It's difficult for one filmmaker to criticize another. That's a job best left to critics. However, in the case of Zero Dark Thirty, about the hunt for Osama bin Laden, an issue that is central to the film -- torture -- is so important that I feel I must say something.

2012: The Year In Innovations

Posted 12.31.2012 | Technology

This year, innovators broke ground on projects and discoveries that give mankind a new perspective on things — quite literally, in the case of the G...

2012 Obsessions

Posted 02.19.2013 | Arts

From Clint Eastwood's RNC speech to the popularization of "YOLO," plenty of strange, often internet-driven obsessions occupied people's thoughts and c...

The Best Sports Photos Of The Year

Posted 12.20.2012 | Sports

2012 was the year of the Olympics, of championship wins for Miami Heat, the San Francisco Giants and the L.A. Kings, as well as a victory for the NFL ...

Every Picture Tells a Story

Arianna Huffington | Posted 02.19.2013 | Arts
Arianna Huffington

There are photos that communicate more than words ever could -- from the image of a single Greek protester staring down a battalion of riot police to the sheer power of nature that ravaged entire neighborhoods during Hurricane Sandy.

The Year In National News

Posted 12.20.2012 | Politics

In 2012, the Shuttle Enterprise made its way across a country that was split by a tense presidential election to rest in a city that was devastated by...

Huffington: The Year In Photos

Posted 12.18.2012 | Huffington

In our special year-end double issue of Huffington, we present the seminal events that shaped 2012, all through big, powerful photographs. We've caref...

Huffington: Issue 28

Posted 02.16.2013 | Huffington

In Issue 28 of Huffington, we reflect on how the incomprehensible shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School left the nation feeling heartbroken, vulner...

Emma Diab

K-Rob: For The Kids Back Home

HuffingtonPost.com | Emma Diab | Posted 05.10.2013 | Impact

(Photo by Jen Aborn) PRO BMX BIKER Kevin Robinson may hold a world record and have five gold medals under his belt, but he hasn't forgotten the e...

It's Time To Change The Gun Laws

Peter S. Goodman | Posted 02.13.2013 | Politics
Peter S. Goodman

In every country, some people are disturbed, broken-hearted or angry enough to murder. What is special about this country is the extent of the damage that such people are able to inflict when the urge comes.

Gun Control Is A Parenting Issue

Lisa Belkin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Parents
Lisa Belkin

More than a dozen children went to elementary school this morning and were dead before lunch. White House spokesman Jay Carney says today is not the day to talk about gun control. I disagree. That's all we should talk about today. We are heartbroken, yes. But saying that will fix nothing. It won't bring anyone back, and it won't keep this from happening again. And of course we know the parents of Newtown could have been any one of us. That's important to remember, but it isn't enough, because the knowing doesn't change the fact that we could still be next. So we can't just do as we did after Columbine, after Virginia Tech, after Aurora. We can't just grieve and hold our children close. We have to demand that our country earn the right to call itself a civilized nation.

Huffington This Week: A Battered Borough and a Controversial Merger

Arianna Huffington | Posted 02.13.2013 | Green
Arianna Huffington

In this week's issue, Saki Knafo and Lila Shapiro put the spotlight on Staten Island, telling the story of how Hurricane Sandy collided with one man's version of the American Dream. And Jason Cherkis and Zach Carter write about a potential shakeup in the music world: a controversial merger that would give Universal Music control of 40 percent of the industry.

Jason Linkins

Fact-checkers Sputter And Flop Attempting To Explain How Social Security Works

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 12.18.2012 | Politics

A gaggle of fact-checkers recently attempted to bring clarity to the question of whether Social Security adds to the deficit. Much as they did during ...

David Wood

U.S. Military Embraces Yoga To Ease War's Physical, Emotional Wounds

HuffingtonPost.com | David Wood | Posted 01.15.2013 | Healthy Living

For a decade, troops returning from war with mental and physical trauma have been dosed with cocktails of numbing drugs and corralled into talk-therap...

Huffington: Issue 27

Posted 02.09.2013 | Huffington

In Issue 27 of Huffington, we tell the story of the forgotten borough of Staten Island and its battle with the government and the sea, focusing on one...

Blame This Guy For The Worst Word Of 2012

Zoë Triska | Posted 02.09.2013 | Books
Zoë Triska

If I have to hear or see "YOLO" one more time, I'm going to rip out my eyes and ear drums (not really, but I'm a big fan of hyperbole).

Jaweed Kaleem

What Happens To Your Facebook Profile After You Die?

HuffingtonPost.com | Jaweed Kaleem | Posted 01.16.2013 | Religion

Sometime in mid-July, Anthony Dowdell put on his favorite plaid shirt, drove his Dodge pickup to the parking lot of a Sam's Club in Linden, N.J., lean...

The Best Movies Of 2012

Posted 12.18.2012 | Entertainment

Narrowing down the best movies of 2012 is a more difficult task than you might assume. This year was one of the strongest in recent memory, with well-...

Policing the Streets and Policing The Times

Arianna Huffington | Posted 02.06.2013 | Crime
Arianna Huffington

In this week's Huffington, John Rudolf puts the spotlight on crime-ridden Camden, New Jersey, where instead of improving the police department, local leaders plan to replace it entirely. And Michelangelo Signorile looks back at an article he wrote 20 years ago about being gay at The New York Times, and how the paper rose to a new level of journalistic integrity by ending its silence on gay issues.

Emma Diab

Empowering Women in Afghanistan

HuffingtonPost.com | Emma Diab | Posted 02.04.2013 | Impact

(Photo by Julie Bidwell) When 24-year-old Lt. Lauren Luckey was stationed in a rural village with her unit, the 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry regime...

Dan Deacon And Beck In Conversation: Is The Future Of Music Behind Us?

Posted 12.07.2012 | Entertainment

The future of music fascinates me — mainly how technology is causing it to drift away from the 20th-century model of music as a physical commodity. ...

Beautiful Man Clothes

Devon Corneal | Posted 02.03.2013 | Parents
Devon Corneal

Where I saw a little boy being a too interested in clothing, Dapper Husband understood that this was not about style. It was about a boy wanting to dress like his dad.

Tom Zeller Jr.

Nuclear Power Whistleblowers Sound Alarm On Secrecy Among Feds

HuffingtonPost.com | Tom Zeller Jr. | Posted 03.29.2013 | Green

Richard H. Perkins and Larry Criscione are precise and formal men with more than 20 years of combined government and military service. Perkins held po...

Huffington: Issue 26

Posted 02.02.2013 | Huffington

In Issue 26 of Huffington, we revisit a 20-year-old story that helped usher in a progressive new era for gay rights at The New York Times, beginning w...

Who's in Charge of Social Media Privacy?

Nikolas Badminton | Posted 01.30.2013 | Technology
Nikolas Badminton

I implore you to ask yourself, "am I fully aware of what my actions mean?" and if not then please try and make sense of the terms and conditions of the numerous social networks you belong to.