In May 2016, my family and I sat in a small theater across the street from The University of Tampa. The University of Tampa Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) holds its commissioning ceremony there every year. My daughter stood on the stage looking fit and trim, proud in her dress uniform with a smile that just wouldn't stop. We were all smiling and so very proud.
George Sifakis: It is amazing to think about the breadth and depth of the reach and the impact that Amway is having globally. In terms of all the ar...
Most prognostication has it that Clinton needs to make herself more appealing by value-adding some measure of regional balance, shoring up a swing state or appeasing a needed demographic with a symbolic selection. Is David Petraeus the answer?
If you're one of the many who don't like any presidential nominee this election cycle, don't waste your energy trying to decide whether to vote or not to vote, focus your thinking on which nominee's spouse you could tolerate in the White House.
The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) will induct Julius Rosenwald, the late CEO of Sears, Roebuck and Co. whose philanthropy transformed education for African Americans, into their Only In America/Hall of Fame at a gala in New York on June 1, 2016.
Millennials are often ridiculed in the mainstream media. We're called narcissistic, irrational, stupid, selfish and self-centered. Maybe then it's a cruel twist of fate then, that we're the only thing left standing between Donald Trump and the White House.
Last week saw an extraordinary event in Washington; a rare sight, the smiling leaders of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and a smiling Obama.
On March 15, as an advocate, I was more in awe of her than ever -- in how her vision to help our youth live healthier lives has changed the lives of millions and will continue to do so for years to come.
Paul Kelley has been teaching mathematics at Anoka High School in Anoka, Minnesota. My wife Helen and I were lucky to meet Paul when we were all invi...
Today's meeting between Ryan and Trump, aside from Ryan's sincere objections, was much about political theater.
No matter who wins the Democratic nomination, there's only person in the U.S. who should join the ticket: Michelle Obama.
We have so many races where turnout is not only embarrassingly pathetic, but also enormously consequential -- no matter which side of the aisle you reside on. Ironically, the one citizen who may be most aware of our anemic participation rate is the man sitting in the Oval Office.
There has been intense interest on both sides of the Pacific in the possibility of a presidential visit to Hiroshima -- the first by a sitting U.S. President -- so I wanted to share some details on what the purpose of the visit is, and what the President will do.
The Indiana primary, pivoting as it did on trade, signaled something else: the elaborate faith in a set of invisible hands that underpinned much of modern conservatism, has lost its grip on a huge swathe of the electorate.
The last thing Obama's final roasting didn't need to end on is associating him with the n-word - even as an act of thanks and brotherly love.
Because of my work, I've been lucky enough to witness happier and healthier students in more than 500 schools over the last two years -- something I find extremely rewarding. But my path as a nonprofit founder -- and a woman of color in tech without some giant financial safety net -- hasn't been easy.