• Politics & News
    4 Reasons Sanders Can Win the General

    By Jedediah Purdy Over the weekend, Paul Krugman continued his New York Times campaign against Bernie Sanders in a column (on his New York Times blog) citing a Vox article that quoted six academics expressing doubts about Sanders’s prospects in a general election. It was part of Krugman’s larger crusade to convince readers that voting […]

  • Business
    Don’t Make the Same Mistake Once

    By Brian de Haaff Ideas have remarkable staying power. And it’s not just the good ones — bad ideas can grow like weeds, like the idea of “failing fast.” The notion of failing quickly and learning from it has its roots in Silicon Valley, and has spawned a number of books on the subject. One […]

  • Latino In America
    Don’t End Your Marriage Until You’ve Asked These 7 Questions

    By Brittany Wong Few people decide to divorce without spending months — sometimes even years — soul searching and deliberating that decision. Below, experts share seven things you absolutely must consider before calling it quits. 1. Have we tried marriage counseling? You owe it yourself and your spouse to pursue every last conceivable option before […]

  • Politics & News
    These Photos Show The People Of Flint’s Pain And Pride

    By Daniel Marans The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, that exposed thousands of children to lead-tainted water and contributed to countless other maladies is finally receiving the national attention it deserves. But even with the impoverished city in the limelight, it is easy to overlook the individual struggles — and triumphs — of the city’s […]

  • World
    VIDEO: Artificial intelligence buys stocks

    Hedge funds are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence in order to spot trends to try to make money for their customers …read more Read more here: VIDEO: Artificial intelligence buys stocks

  • Business
    An Open Letter to Secretary Madeline Albright

    By Susan Wilson Solovic An Open Letter to Secretary Madeline Albright. Published on February 8, 2016 | Edit Dear Madam Secretary, I’ve always been an admirer of yours. I cheered when President Bill Clinton appointed you as the first woman to serve as our Secretary of State. You broke through the glass ceiling and you […]

  • Politics & News
    If Low Taxes Means Poisoning Children, You Can Count Me Out

    By Spencer Critchley Dear America: Please raise my taxes. I’m perfectly willing to pay them, and have the money spent on fulfilling our basic responsibility to take care of our country — like replacing ancient pipes so that children in multiple states don’t have to be poisoned by lead. We have a national epidemic of […]