A push for unification in the midst of a cultural crisis. By George Heckman.
Many questions and concerns are still outstanding regarding the authenticity of a virtual debate. Read this analysis by George Heckman.
Bob Woodward says he hadn't planned on releasing audio tapes of his interviews with President Donald Trump for his book “Rage” until CNN reporter Jamie Gangel and the author's wife convinced him.
The wiser approach to peace in the Middle East is to encourage greater cooperation between Israel and the Arab states and enlist those states in pressing the Palestinians to empower new and better leaders. By Douglas J. Feith.
The UAE and Bahrain deals with Israel are so full of promise that the U.S. policy that helped bring it about should be continued no matter who wins the presidential election in November. By Douglas J. Feith.
Trammell Crow: If major donors like me stop giving to campaigns, we can break the polarization cycle.
Putting trans-partisan theory into practice, renegade political strategists mobilize “Solutions Voters” in a bid to save American democracy. By Bill Shireman.
Portland progressives demand the resignation of Mayor Ted Wheeler, after being accused of allowing tear gas and excessive force on protestors.
The US Department of State advisory will allow dependents, or spouses and children to travel with the visa holders.
Inspiration and information for some 328 million women entrepreneurs who are starting or running businesses in 83 economies.
Gary Garrels resigns after he is accused of racism for saying he still collects art from white men. Irate employees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art say his removal of was "non-negotiable."
The letter below was published by Harpers to become a source of open debate on many of the issues faced by this country. Nearly instantly, six days ago, it became the subject of many published opinions on social media. We are publishing it here for your review and feedback.
Take advantage now of the opportunity to act with others, together, to bridge differences and build community.
If Indonesia can do it, why can't we? Indonesia consists of over 17,000 islands with 300 plus ethnic groups that speak more than 700 languages or dialects. Their national slogan is Unity in Diversity. Ardina Kaidir and Mischa Hadiana give us their local perspective from Jakarta, Indonesia.
We hunger to be listened to. We long to have impact. Humanity relies on our finding solutions.
Why attending the Black Lives Matter protest in San Francisco was the most important thing we might do in 2020.
The Supreme Court has given police broad license to shoot, pummel, or falsely arrest ill-fated citizens across the nation. After the death of George Floyd, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said yesterday that his committee would hold a hearing on police violence to analyze “why does this happen, how often is it, is it an aberration.” Graham said the video of Floyd’s killing is “hard to watch, and I just imagine how many people died without videos.” Federal judge Don Willett declared in 2018 that “qualified immunity smacks of unqualified impunity, letting public officials duck consequences for bad behavior—no matter how palpably unreasonable—as long as they were the first to behave badly.”