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Francis Levy

The United States of Anonymous

Francis Levy | October 21, 2016 | Arts
Russia and the United States are the two great military powers, with China coming up in a shaky third place. But ironically one of the great powers in today's world is not a country with a well-armed and manned military, but rather Julian...
William Hartung

Trump Wants to Run America Like His Businesses: "God Help Us"

William Hartung | October 21, 2016 | Politics
Donald Trump's unwillingness to say whether he will accept the results of the November election drew most of the headlines after Wednesday night's debate. But another statement was equally concerning: his pledge to run the country like he runs his businesses. Taken to an extreme, running the country like a...

The eight most awesome government jobs you never knew you wanted

Apolitical | October 21, 2016 | Impact
Life in the public service isn't all Key Performance Indicators and competency building. Some government jobs are just straightforwardly amazing. Here's our pick of the coolest: 1. Island Builder Like the idea of raising an artificial island and turning it into a bird sanctuary? So do the Dutch,...
G. Roger Denson

Can Wonder Woman Help Hillary Clinton Win the Presidency?

G. Roger Denson | October 21, 2016 | Arts
Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman, the movie, to be released in 2017, courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. Today, Friday, October 21, 2016, Wonder Woman turns 75. Or we should say, 75-going on-5,000, and that is on the young side of the...
Tewodros Melesse

We must stop the catastrophe and offer hope to Syria's girls

Tewodros Melesse | October 21, 2016 | World
Syria is in the grip of the greatest humanitarian disaster of our time. It is relentless, atrocious and responsible for mass casualties both inside and outside of its borders. Inside the country 13.5 people million are in need of assistance....
The Conversation US

Donald Trump And The Rise Of White Identity In Politics

The Conversation US | October 21, 2016 | Politics
Many political commentators credit Donald Trump's rise to white voters' antipathy toward racial and ethnic minorities. However, we believe this focus on racial resentment obscures another important aspect of racial thinking.
David C. Wittig

Returning to Sanity?

David C. Wittig | October 21, 2016 | World
Who would have thought that returning to Greece meant returning to sanity? But then again, who could have imagined two people more despised by the voting public running for the highest office in the US. According to the Huffington Post, the likely winner, Hillary Clinton is disliked by 53% of...
Jonah C. Steinberg

The Time of Our Rejoicing

Jonah C. Steinberg | October 21, 2016 | Religion
("Sense of Spring" by Albena Markova) Rabbis tend to agree that the huge numbers of congregants who throng in synagogues on Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur but do not stay around for the holiday of Sukkot are missing the best...
Marie Marley

Should a Person Be Told the Diagnosis When It's Alzheimer's?

Marie Marley | October 21, 2016 | Fifty
When it's Alzheimer's should the person be told the diagnosis? This can be a difficult ethical issue. Telling or not telling the patient the diagnosis is a very personal decision. According to Susan Gilbert, writing on, "Over the last few years there have been news reports about...
Armine Sahakyan

Russia Media Engage in Disinformation Outside the Country, But Can't Fool Their Own People

Armine Sahakyan | October 21, 2016 | World
Image: The Kremlin. Everybody knows that Russia has mounted a wide-ranging disinformation campaign against the West, using propaganda vehicles such as the RT television network, the Sputnik news agency and cyber-trolls who attack the West on the Internet while promoting the Vladimir-Putin-loving...

TRIBE X - Ep.57

Spottoon | October 21, 2016 | Entertainment
Woo Jin and Tae Min were both born with the supernatural ability to move the objects around them. After sharing a troubled childhood together, they went down opposite paths to become two very different men. Fate draws them together again and old wounds resurface that threatens the lives of everyone around them.
David Hinckley

PBS/NPR Host Maria Hinojosa: Latino/Latina Issues Among The Disappeared in Presidential Debates

David Hinckley | October 20, 2016 | Politics
After all the passion that has swirled around immigration in this year's election campaign, a curious thing happened in all three presidential debates: Latino-focused issues were hardly mentioned. When it came to real discussion, suggests Maria Hinojosa, it's as if Donald Trump's wall had already gone up.
Steven Suskin

Aisle View: Stop The Presses!

Steven Suskin | October 20, 2016 | Entertainment
John Slattery and Nathan Lane in The Front Page Photo: Julieta Cervantes That's not the sound of a fleet of flivvers backfiring that you hear at the Broadhurst on West 44th Street these nights. It's laughter, cascading and echoing like bullets...
Lisa Snedeker

Watch Exclusive Premiere of Chatham County Line's Video 'All That's Left'

Lisa Snedeker | October 20, 2016 | Entertainment
I first had the pleasure of hearing Chatham County Line play live at MerleFest a few years ago and then again in the summer of 2015 at The Steel Wheel's Red Wing Roots Music Festival. What initially...

Women on maternity leave need support. Emissaries is building them a village.

Motherly | October 20, 2016 | Parents
Motherly @ Work features the stories and insights of modern women growing their careers--and their families. A stepmother of two with a little one on the way, Michelle Feiner understands the pressures felt by the working parent. In fact, she spent 7 years...
David Steele-Figueredo

Why Do Students Value College?

David Steele-Figueredo | October 20, 2016 | College
Most of the discussion on the value of a college degree is based on its economic value. The popular media emphasizes that a college graduate earns hundreds of thousands of dollars more during a lifetime than a high school graduate. And according to the U.S. Department of Labor, college graduates...
Frank Rijsberman

Sustainable Infrastructure for Better Growth, Better Climate and Better Lives

Frank Rijsberman | October 20, 2016 | Green
At GGGI we believe that attracting increased investment to sustainable infrastructure is essential for green growth. It is a central discussion topic for both the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. The world needs to invest in resilient and sustainable infrastructure for a triple win:...
American Sleep Association

Let's Teach Our Children About Sleep

American Sleep Association | October 20, 2016 | Healthy Living
Huffington Post is proud to partner with American Sleep Association (ASA) to promote sleep awareness. As we gain a better understanding of the importance of sleep, it makes sense for us to ensure that our children--who are likely to benefit the most--understand, prioritize, and get the sleep their...
David Hinckley

Amazon's Melody 1963: Standing in the Shadows of Motown, Chasing Dr. King's Dream

David Hinckley | October 20, 2016 | Entertainment
A new Amazon special called Melody 1963: Love Has To Win reminds us that with issues as all-important as human dignity, a simple morality play still has a valuable place. Melody 1963, which begins streaming Friday on Amazon Prime, tells the story of a 10-year-old Detroit girl who has...
Peter Bosshard

A Visit to the Mother River

Peter Bosshard | October 21, 2016 | Green
The Mekong near Chiang Khong (International Rivers) The small town of Chiang Khong in Northern Thailand sits on the banks of the Mekong River. Just across the river lies Laos; at night, the sound of local youths performing karaoke drifts...