The primary debates are a great venue for these discussions, but the past two debates have instead been dominated by ideological rants about immigration and Planned Parenthood.
A population explosion, a drought, and a draining aquifer. Add uncaring leadership, and this is the tragedy of Syria, from which refugees flee into a reluctant Europe, the latest example of how ever more people and extreme weather are creating resource conflicts and refugees worldwide.
Japan is getting serious about gender equality, and, despite doubters, recent signs point to progress. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made empowerment for women one of his top three reform "arrows" aimed at rekindling the economy two years ago and set about making policies to boost female participation in Japan's workforce.
As we head into an election year and continue efforts to make Latino voices and priorities heard, policymakers should take note of the range of issues Latino voters care about. Our community recognizes that protecting the environment is critical and we want action, on all fronts.
US presidential candidates have been invited to participate in the first-ever US Presidential Candidates' Forum held abroad, focusing on foreign and defense policy issues.
Achieving economic security -- affording the basics, withstanding a job loss or weathering other life uncertainties and planning for the future with college or retirement savings -- relies on access to thriving communities.
The best way to understand the future of work is to go talk to people outside our comfort zone and become an adventurer pursuing possibilities.
On October 25, Argentinians will go the polls to elect their next democratic president who, for the first time since 2003, won't have "Kirchner" as a last name. But the choice Argentinians will really be making concerns not an individual but, rather, the type of country they want to recover.
For too long, we've read the headlines: income inequality has reached its highest levels since the Great Depression, wages have stagnated for all but the very top and equal access to opportunity, the pillar of American greatness, is disappearing before our eyes.
For investors who wish to assess the kinds of risk associated with their companies' political spending, Citizens United made corporate accountability and transparency even more essential.
The common thread for a retailer, hotelier or restaurant is great service and experience; therefore, in the Caribbean, the challenge is keeping the core values consistent with its international counterparts.
As time goes on, the case by those suggesting the Fed must act now before inflationary pressures kill off the economy grows weaker.
Mailers promising all sorts of relief that try to appear as some sort of official notification are still going out to consumers. These mailers are problematic in my opinion because they state benefits without much information to fill people in about what is going on.
Instead of complaining about our current market situation, be an entrepreneur. Innovation is the key to success, and this requires hard work and long hours. Everyone should work for their accomplishments and not expect for our economy to reward you for staying in your comfort zone.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. ...
Mexico's 2016 budget is currently under negotiation, with a deadline of November 15 for its approval. This is the first budget that is fully adapted to the collapse in oil prices that began in the summer of 2014.