There are intelligent ways to take advantage of the confusion in financial markets -- solid companies are on fire sale right now, whose business will not be impacted in a significant way.
People and governments tend to react to the last disaster -- or, for that matter, the last war or the last election -- when what we need to do is plan for the next one. How do we think ahead?
Winter graciously bows and floats away from the northern hemisphere leaving the stage to Spring. This has not been an easy transition.
To the American mainstream media: Please, please, for the love of intelligent conversation about real data, please report the numbers.
Our demonstrating that we feel empathy and connection to the people of Japan can mitigate one of trauma's most damaging effects: the shattering of connection to others, a sense of isolation and abandonment.
I don't deny Obama his right to golf, pick NCAA winners and focus his weekend radio address on gender inequality, but his detachment seems misplaced in light of the triple tragedy in Japan.
One of the most important lessons I've learned since my parents passed away is the absolute necessity of taking care of myself. I've come to realize that I am the only person responsible for my happiness -- not my husband, not my friends.
No one chooses to be struck by a natural disaster, and we would never wish it upon another. But when things do happen, might we use them to become stronger?
As we decide our energy future, we must decide if we are willing to have a situation like Fukushima happen here in the United States. And if the answer to that question is no, our country has no choice but to reject nuclear power.
The situation in Japan is dangerous and fluid, but after consulting with experts on radiation and nuclear accidents, here's why I'm not worried about my family flying to California.
Far too many people are worrying themselves sick over the remote possibility that they and their families might be exposed to massive amounts of radiation from Japan.
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The world is witnessing an unprecedented series of catastrophes taking place in Japan. A massive earthquake and powerful aftershocks, followed by wave...
The nuclear energy industry has perfected its financial marriage of convenience with the government over the past decade. And with the perennial scare of energy source depletion, few in Washington will ever dare say no to it.