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Huffington: Issue 22

Posted 01.05.2013 | Huffington

In Issue 22 of Huffington, we take a look at how our immigration policy drives some of our most talented entrepreneurs overseas, and how limitatio...

Lori Fradkin

Ari Graynor Talks Dirty

HuffingtonPost.com | Lori Fradkin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Women

(Photo by Christopher Breyer) In the new Broadway show The Performers, Ari Graynor plays Peeps, a porn star attending the Adult Film Awards with ...

Gerry Smith

Brain Drain: Why We're Driving Immigrant Talent Overseas

HuffingtonPost.com | Gerry Smith | Posted 01.09.2013 | Business

(Photo by Cody Pickens) Asaf Darash, an Israeli entrepreneur, was putting his 18-month-old son to bed when he received the news he had been dread...

Katy Hall

eWise: Please Advise Yourself to Stop That

HuffingtonPost.com | Katy Hall | Posted 01.05.2013 | Technology

I'd like to know how to stop people from using the annoying "Please advise." It's used as a passive-aggressive way to drop the ball in the other p...

After Sandy: Break The Silence

James McGarry | Posted 01.09.2013 | Green
James McGarry

The nation is haltingly moving from one disaster to the next while the candidates bickered about who can drill for more oil and gas.

Always Blaming The Parents

Carolyn Edgar | Posted 01.09.2013 | New York
Carolyn Edgar

When senseless violence takes the lives of young children, judging another family's parenting choices allows us to delude ourselves into believing that random evil can be avoided.

Saving Star Wars

Sunjeev Bery | Posted 01.09.2013 | Entertainment
Sunjeev Bery

Whoever Disney hires -- and whatever these hires produce -- there are some basic rules that the next Star Wars team must keep in mind. Powerful childhood experiences are not easily recreated.

Bianca Bosker

Facebook Profile Photos Are Serious Business

HuffingtonPost.com | Bianca Bosker | Posted 12.31.2012 | Technology

(Photo by Logan Lefler) ALEJANDRA BORNOWSKI'S Facebook profile picture took weeks to make. In the photo, a radiant Bornowski appears knee-deep...

Dan Froomkin

Progressive Activists: The Idealists

HuffingtonPost.com | Dan Froomkin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics

Four years ago, on the day Barack Obama was elected President of the United States, the world seemed full of possibilities -- particularly for the peo...

Ben Hallman

Wrong Turn: How Obama's Housing Policy Went Off Course

HuffingtonPost.com | Ben Hallman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Business

On a morning in February, less than a month into his presidency, Barack Obama walked onto a stage at a gym in Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona...

Jon Ward

Three Days In October: How The Debates Changed The Race

HuffingtonPost.com | Jon Ward | Posted 11.02.2012 | Politics

The night before the first debate in Denver, I ran into Kevin Madden, the 40-year-old, square-jawed senior aide to GOP presidential candidate Mitt...

The Election Issue

Arianna Huffington | Posted 01.02.2013 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

In the election issue of Huffington magazine this week, Dan Froomkin revisits some of the idealists who supported Barack Obama in 2008 and finds them "chastened by the reality that Obama is a politician, not an activist." Elsewhere in the issue, Ben Hallman drills down on the foreclosure crisis, and Jon Ward puts the spotlight on the debate that gave new life to the floundering Romney campaign.

Race to the Bottom

Howard Fineman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Howard Fineman

I had my first sit-down with Barack Obama in his Senate office. The sun was streaming in. He came around from behind his desk with that beaming smile, his tie loosened. He sat in a deep chair, his feet up on the coffee table. I was taken with his confidence, talent, grasp of the issues and buoyant charm: the real deal. That was early in 2007. Later that year I sat down with Mitt Romney on the Republican primary-season campaign trail. I had interviewed him years earlier, at his suburban Boston home. He hadn't changed a bit: chilly smile, wary but gracious, well informed, a mix of a steely mind, ferocious ambition and earnest Mormon good will: a class act. Today I ask: where did those two men go? Or were they mirages? The way both have campaigned this year makes me wonder. Is there something about the presidency -- or the pursuit of it -- that attacks the character of men and women under its spell?

Race To The Bottom

Howard Fineman | Posted 12.29.2012 | Politics
Howard Fineman

It has been a good ol' American war over Who Gets What.

Save The Independent Voter From Extinction

Howard Steven Friedman | Posted 01.02.2013 | Politics
Howard Steven Friedman

If independent voters are not fed the vital necessities for making informed decisions, they will soon become extinct, along with the fading light of America's democratic process.

Emma Diab

Debbie Gori: The Things You Can Carry

HuffingtonPost.com | Emma Diab | Posted 12.29.2012 | Impact

(Photo by Bryan Meltz) Removing a child from a home that is unstable and possibly dangerous is done in the best interest of the child by the stat...

Huffington Issue 21

Posted 12.29.2012 | Huffington

The special election issue of Huffington is here, with a behind-the-scenes perspective on how the debates changed the presidential race and a crit...

The NRA's 2012 Anxiety

Sanjay Sanghoee | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Sanjay Sanghoee

If there is one thing that the National Rifle Association does not do, it is get scared easily. But this October, that may have changed.

Leigh Owens

Al Sharpton

HuffingtonPost.com | Leigh Owens | Posted 12.26.2012 | Politics

(Photo by Rayon Richards) "I don't know if I would have brought Al Sharpton on to do a show!" Rev. Al Sharpton himself admitted this fall at the on...

Lila Shapiro

Knock-Knock-Knocking On Hell's Door

HuffingtonPost.com | Lila Shapiro | Posted 12.24.2012 | Religion

KEENAN ROBERTS didn’t invent the idea of scaring Christian youth into salvation, but he has done more than anyone else to turn it into an industry. ...

Assembly Line Justice

Arianna Huffington | Posted 12.26.2012 | Crime
Arianna Huffington

In Huffington magazine this week, John Rudolf takes us inside the world of public defenders, who put in long hours for low pay to represent criminal defendants who cannot afford private lawyers. And Katie Bindley takes us inside the very different world of lifestyle concierges, encompassing everything from pregnancy planners to personal grocery shoppers for plastic surgery patients.

Mollie Reilly

Jennifer Granholm Knows How to Rally the Base

HuffingtonPost.com | Mollie Reilly | Posted 12.23.2012 | Politics

(Photo by Victoria Will) As the Democratic National Convention wrapped up in September, an unlikely name was on the tip of everyone's tongues -- ...

Chris Kirkham

The Art Of A College Education: Getting Schooled At The Academy Of Art University

HuffingtonPost.com | Chris Kirkham | Posted 10.26.2012 | San Francisco

(Photo Illustration by Dan Winters) A half-empty shuttle bus rolls down a crowded street in San Francisco. A tattooed 20-something art student st...

Katie Bindley

The Help: Concierge Services Get Hyper-Personal

HuffingtonPost.com | Katie Bindley | Posted 12.26.2012 | Small Business

(Illustration by Stephen Webster) Amanda Jones, a real estate agent from San Francisco, toured her house one day last month and counted the numbe...

Emma Diab

Gabrielle 'Gabe' Ford: Raising Hope For The Bullied

HuffingtonPost.com | Emma Diab | Posted 12.22.2012 | Impact

Ford at home with her dog Dominik (Photo by Robert Snow) Some would rather not remember their middle school days, much less walk through those do...