The U.S. State Department is in the rare position of having to decide on an environmental issue. Hillary Clinton is in the tar sands hot seat. Is she asking the right questions?
As more leads indicate that crimes were committed on U.S. soil, the likelihood increases that this scandal will create heat for the Murdochs on this side of the Atlantic.
The idea that Murdoch would have so little knowledge of the problems facing News of World is preposterous on its face given facts readily available to anyone with access to Google.
Given the latest news that Chevron has been leveraging its insider status for huge profits, isn't it time our government began to rein in the massive oil market speculation? Or are the interests of the financial and oil industries just too well connected to permit change?
In a move opposed by some traditional allies, the administration is planning to restrict access to a little known program that allows private jets to fly beyond the reach of public scrutiny.
Rupert Murdoch's $5 billion share repurchase plan of News Corp. shares is equal to 12% of News Corp's $42 billion market cap. As the Murdoch family has 47% voting control, this $5 billion move could be the first step in taking out the public shareholders.
If I could give an award for the most bewildering headline in recent months, it would be the WSJ story about Pepsi and the shrinking cola market. Let me get this straight. PepsiCo is criticized for focusing on healthy foods?
Although we don't mean to, we mothers often model for our daughters our own insecurities and the way we ourselves succumb to ridiculous standards of beauty.
Jon Stewart is a true genius. But he's a comic genius. And without even being a true journalist he brilliantly managed to do what no one else has done: get Fox to admit that it's a politically biased television network.
Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Robyn Gee Last year, the Wall Street...
The report lists only 16 instances of noncitizen registration and zero instances of in-person voter impersonation fraud. Kobach is using a nuclear weapon to kill a fly (and telling you the fly is the size of Houston).
A recent Wall Street Journal op-ed accuses the EPA of fabricating evidence to support their proposed rule to limit mercury and other toxic emissions. That's quite a claim.
For millennia, diversity of opinion has been a Jewish hallmark, as the old adage goes, 'when you have two Jews, you've three opinions.'
Our puritanical culture celebrates surviving on the least sleep, sneers at those who appear to need more and sacrifices sleep -- a fundamental biological need -- in favor of all other activity.
Professor Martin Feldstein makes it sound as if Social Security is doomed to failure by demographic changes. But that's far from the case. Modest changes would assure Social Security's future -- without trimming benefits.