For most of her life, Tammy Dobbs, who has cerebral palsy, relied on her family in Missouri for care. But in 2008, she moved to Arkansas, where she signed up for a state program that provided for a caretaker
In 1976, the French philosopher Michel Foucault made the meticulously researched case that sexuality is a social construct used as a form of control. In the 40 years since, society has been busy constructing
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon has approved airstrikes that risk more civilian casualties in order to destroy Islamic State targets as part of its increasingly aggressive fight against the militant group in
By Marc Lynch Marc Lynch Email Bio Follow The Jan. 2 execution of Saudi Shiite cleric and political activist Nimr al-Nimr has escalated sectarian hostilities in the Middle East to dangerous new levels.
The supposedly ancient Sunni-Shia divide is in fact very modern — and it's not really about religion. Only a few days into the new year, the Middle East has already taken a significant turn for the worse.
CHICAGO— The former chief executive of the cash-strapped Chicago public school system pleaded guilty on Tuesday in federal court to her part of a scheme to steer $23 million in contracts to her former
Unlike many entrepreneurs, I didn't drink coffee through schooling, nor in young adulthood, and it didn't keep me going during business all nighters and crunch times (adrenaline did that). No, I didn't
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In his book, Rich Habits -- The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, Tom Corley outlines several habits that distinguish the wealthy
The education of a future first lady. In 1988, a group of black students at Harvard Law School compiled a report designed to recognize the growing achievements of black students on campus and share their