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American Gods Fans Just Want Producers to 'Make It Great.' How Hard Could That Be?

David Hinckley | Posted 08.03.2016 | Entertainment
David Hinckley

Neil Gaiman's cult classic American Gods has spent 15 years migrating from the printed page to a video screen, and its message doesn't feel even a tin...

SU-35s Over Taipei, DPRK Rockets Over Okinawa

Peter Navarro | Posted 02.24.2017 | Politics
Peter Navarro

If we are not yet at war with a rapidly militarizing China, we may soon be. This is an obvious conclusion to draw if we simply connect the flood of news dots now coming out of Asia.

U.S. Oil Boom Makes Gas Cheaper, But Not by Much

Daniel J. Graeber | Posted 06.09.2014 | Business
Daniel J. Graeber

Crude oil sourced in the United States is cheaper and therefore means less pain at the pump for American drivers. When adjusted for inflation, however, the price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is still high because of international dynamics, AAA said Monday.

The UN Must Be More Imaginative in Engaging and Encouraging the Private Sector to Drive Global Social Progress

Michael Green | Posted 01.23.2014 | Home
Michael Green

As the UN works on the on a post-2015 development framework there is a growing realization that governments cannot do it on their own and a big question about how to involve private actors in the fight against poverty.

'The Road From Ruin' LIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW HERE TODAY 11am EST: Economist Writer Matthew Bishop And HuffPost Washington Bureau Chief Dan Froomkin

Posted 12.11.2011 | Home

It's the end of the month and we're wrapping up the conversation on our March HuffPost book club pick on rebuilding capitalism from the wreck of the f...

This Month's Book Club Pick: The Road From Ruin Charts the Path to Capitalism 2.0

Arianna Huffington | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Arianna Huffington

An open, orthodoxy-free conversation about how we can fix our broken financial system is exactly what we need. Reading The Road From Ruin -- and joining in our month-long discussion about it -- is a great way to start. READ MORE Is Undercover Boss the Most Subversive Show on Television? Undercover Boss is the kind of popular entertainment that can start out as one thing but morph into something that turns a spotlight on just how out of touch America's corporate chiefs are. READ MORE WATCH: Arianna Discusses the Final Push for a Public Option on The Ed Show LISTEN: Arianna Talks About Move Your Money on Public Radio's AirTalk WATCH: Arianna Weighs in on Massa's 'Wasted Hour' with Glenn Beck on AC360


Paul Brest | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Paul Brest

Matthew Bishop and Michael Green describe how super-rich "philanthrocapitalists" like Bill Gates are shaking up the world of giving with their businesslike methods.