Ladies, we’ve all been there. You’ve been standing in your heels for mere minutes and your feet are already killing you (really, the walk from the train to your work never seemed that long before!). But
The troubled relationship between modern Greeks and their neighbors to the north and west—sometime admirers, sometime lenders, sometime detractors—helps explain today’s crisis. Greece is the cradle of
Last week mega-philanthropist Michael Steinhardt, co-founder of Birthright Israel, which has brought 500,000 young Jews to Israel, joined with our organization, The World Values Network, in a full-page
Something curious is happening in cities across the country. Urban progressives are finding their goals stymied by laws and regulations, and they're demanding less government interference — but very selectively.
Besides taking him to events and making introductions to power players in the industry, John accompanied Bridges on a morning taping of CNBC's "Squawk Box." Later that day, John got a call from Karen CEO
Some people say that we are happiest as children, free of adult pressures and responsibilities. In reality, most Americans over 60 are in better emotional health than those under 60. So really, most old
For half a century, memories of the Holocaust limited anti-Semitism on the Continent. That period has ended—the recent fatal attacks in Paris and Copenhagen are merely the latest examples of rising violence
It’s hard to believe that Monet, Degas and Renoir once faced hostility from the art world. Alastair Sooke reveals how one man changed everything. Few movements in the history of art feel as familiar as
Joe Biden Goes Ballistic On Senate Republicans: Iran Letter Beneath 'Dignity Of An Institution I Revere'
WASHINGTON -- Vice President Joe Biden is furious. Biden, who also serves as president of the Senate, Monday night blasted Senate Republicans in a long, angry statement for their letter to Iran's leaders,
As the race heats up for the White House, new attention is being paid to questions raised about the way Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) used campaign cash during his time in the Sunshine State's Legislature.
Sites like dumblaws.com— which rarely link to states' current statutes or may misinterpret them — only perpetuate the myths. We decided to find the weirdest laws that are actually still on the books, came
Many experts think it’s only a matter of time, however often the can is kicked down the road, writes Martin Vander Weyer The euro is “an old-style marriage where divorce does not exist”, said EU commissioner
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"What’s happening to Greece today, will be happening to Italy tomorrow. Sooner or later, default is coming," says Italy's Beppe Grillo The political centre across southern Europe is disintegrating. Establishment
A campaign group hopes to prompt the government to take action to stem the rise of violence against women by keeping a database of every woman who is killed by a man With neat rows of photographs of smiling
I want every job-seeker to ask more questions on a job interview. I don’t want you to sit in your chair like a Good Little Sheepie and answer questions. That goes for every job-seeker, from a high-schooler