There has been talk, in the pages of the New York Times and elsewhere, that the two political parties may be in the process of reversing their traditional demographics.
A Paris prosecutor recently called for the former CEO and six senior managers of telecoms provider, France Télécom, to face criminal charges for workplace harassment.
The world’s most celebrated athlete standing on the podium in Rio in honor of receiving yet another gold medal has something important in common with your lazy uncle throwing back a cold one in his Barcalounger.
All we can ever hope to do, Sigmund Freud once wrote, is “to change neurotic misery into common unhappiness”.
Donald Trump is not an aberration in the modern Republican Party, though many would wish it were so.
I drive a Tesla electric vehicle, which controls the steering wheel on highways.
It may seem that wise, strong people typically have gone through a few hard times in their lives. By comparison, those who have led a very sheltered and privileged life often appear to crack more easily under pressure.
Nature is good for us – surely nobody has missed that fact.
The book from which the following two excerpts are taken was written in the belief that the world capitalist economic system h
A half-century ago, there was a predictable quality to the way presidential nominees selected their running mates. They would do so at their nominating conventions in a moment of often high drama.
The very long (and indeed very long awaited) report of the Chilcot Inquiry was finally published in London on July 6th.
"Wiesel’s greatness was to have remained, under all circumstances, one of those humble Jews whom he considered the crown of humanity."
During the 1960s, three great artists used nature as their canvas: Yves Klein painted the sky, Robert Smithson sculpted the earth, and Nicolas Garcia Uriburu painted the water.