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The Other Tampa

Arianna Huffington | Posted 10.17.2012 | Impact
Arianna Huffington

In this week's issue of Huffington, Saki Knafo spotlights a Tampa most of the media will not see during their stay for the Republican National Convention: Hillsborough County, which surrounds Tampa, and has more homeless per capita than any other American city. Saki Knafo puts flesh and blood on this crisis, introducing us to several of Tampa's homeless and those who seek innovative solutions to their predicament.

This Week In Huffington

Posted 10.13.2012 | Huffington

This week in Huffington, we profile one noncomformist beat cop's solution to the criminalization of homelessness in Tampa and consider some linger...

Tainted Fields, Tainted Wines

Arianna Huffington | Posted 10.10.2012 | Education
Arianna Huffington

In this week's Huffington, Katherine Bindley writes about Briarcliff Manor, an affluent New York suburb where eight students developed cancer, possibly from exposure to chemicals on the local school's athletic fields. And HuffPost's New York editor-at-large Dan Collins reports on a very different kind of mystery: the glamorous, lucrative and shamelessly corrupt world of wine counterfeiting.

This Week In Huffington

Posted 10.06.2012 | Huffington

In this week's issue of Huffington, we take you to a town in New York where toxins in the school's athletic fields may be linked to a devastating ...

Cutbacks and Cops

Arianna Huffington | Posted 10.03.2012 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

In this week's Huffington, John Rudolf profiles the Newark Police Department as it faces steep budget and personnel cuts. "Newark's cops do not work at an ordinary job, like the rest of us," John Rudolf writes. The dangers they routinely face make them more like "soldiers on the front lines of a ceaseless, low-intensity war."

This Week In Huffington

Posted 09.30.2012 | Huffington

This week in Huffington, we look at the lives of laid-off cops in Newark and what austerity measures mean for the city's future. We also bring you...

Women Who Wouldn't Go Away

Arianna Huffington | Posted 09.26.2012 | Sports
Arianna Huffington

Last month we celebrated the 40th anniversary of Title IX. This week, we are celebrating the progress women athletes have made so far -- and acknowledging the work yet to be done -- with Kavitha A. Davidson's Huffington story about the milestones for women athletes at the 2012 Olympic Games.

This Week In Huffington

Posted 09.22.2012 | Huffington

The Olympics special issue of Huffington will bring you up to speed on everything you need to know before the Games begin in London. We introduce ...

She Was Right

Arianna Huffington | Posted 09.19.2012 | Green
Arianna Huffington

In 1962, Rachel Carson began sounding the alarm about the dangers of exposure to chemicals and the failure of the industry and regulators to protect people from those dangers. Fifty years later, Lynne Peeples's anniversary feature in Huffington is a reminder that we have failed to heed many of Carson's warnings, especially when it comes to protecting our most precious resource, our children.

This Week In Huffington

Posted 09.15.2012 | Huffington

In Issue 6 of Huffington we wonder what a post-postal service world would look like and explore some uncomfortable realities about the toxic chemi...

Huffington: Issue 5

Posted 09.08.2012 | Huffington

In this week's issue of Huffington, we look at what Florida's population and economy say about the future of the country. We also explore the rise...

Huffington: Issue 3-4

Posted 06.29.2012 | Huffington

In this double issue we say goodbye to Nora Ephron, a friend of The Huffington Post and an incisive voice who was taken from us much too soon. Dav...

Huffington: Issue 2

Posted 08.19.2012 | Huffington

In Issue 2 of Huffington, we step into the slippery world of online romance scams that cost daters millions of dollars each year, and examine what...

The Invisible Girl and Why Women Technologists Are Invisible

John Pavley | Posted 08.16.2012 | Technology
John Pavley

Why women technologists are so invisible is a mystery to me. While I can't lay the blame entirely on the comic books of my day, I can say that luckily today's kids have more choices of heroes who are strong female protagonists.

John Rudolf

Pennsylvania Public Defenders Rebel Against Crushing Caseloads

HuffingtonPost.com | John Rudolf | Posted 10.23.2012 | Crime

At half past 5 on a cold, cloudy April morning, Ed Olexa kneels by his front door, sorting through stacks of case files for the coming day's hearings....

Meet Our New iPad Magazine: Introducing Huffington.

Arianna Huffington | Posted 08.14.2012 | Media
Arianna Huffington

I'm delighted to introduce you to our new iPad magazine. At HuffPost, we produce between 70 and 80 original reported stories each day. Our team is constantly crafting an array of narrative jewels, and Huffington is our way of putting the very best of them in the perfect setting.

Our Political Ringmaster, Large and In Charge

Howard Fineman | Posted 08.12.2012 | Huffington
Howard Fineman

Karl Rove told me that he was going to be too busy to talk much. It was true. He had a hit on Fox to prepare, and a piece to write for The Wall Street...

Huffington: Issue 1

Posted 06.14.2012 | Huffington

Welcome to Huffington, the new weekly magazine from The Huffington Post. In our premiere issue, we explore how President Obama's re-election campa...

Huffington: Free Preview Issue

Posted 06.14.2012 | Huffington

Download the free preview issue of Huffington, the new iPad magazine from The Huffington Post. In this issue, we talk stupidity with Jimmy Kimmel,...

A Mother's Gift: Stoppard, Shakespeare And A Cultural Awakening

John Montorio | Posted 05.07.2013 | Arts
John Montorio

My mother never went to the opera or attended the ballet. She never read Shakespeare or listened to Chopin, and her theater experience was limited to once-a-year outings at second-rate dinner theaters in New Jersey. But my mother had dreams, and there was poetry in her.

Ok, Call Me a Digital Scab

Tom Hayes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Tom Hayes

While I appreciate the angst and anxiety of those caught up in a fading economic system, I am astonished by the Newspaper Guild's profound lack of understanding about how the world works today.

The Uncomfortable Circle: Live by/Die by

Xeth Feinberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Xeth Feinberg

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Dear Arianna: Congratulations, Spend It Well, and Protect the Huffington Post Brand

Miles Mogulescu | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Miles Mogulescu

Dear Arianna, Here's a shout out to you, your investors and your editors and staff for your amazing financial and business coup with AOL. As you kn...

The Huffpo Paradox

James Moore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
James Moore

"None but a blockhead writes for a living." - Mark Twain There has not been a moment since it launched when I have not wondered about Huffington Post...

Rove Suspected In Swedish-U.S. Political Prosecution of WikiLeaks

Andrew Kreig | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Andrew Kreig

Karl Rove's help for Sweden as it assists the Obama administration's prosecution against WikiLeaks could be the latest example of the adage, "Politics...