It wasn’t love. But it wasn’t just business either.
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What will it look like if Mrs. Doubtfire and Mr. Mendacity go toe to toe?
The condition isn’t just depressing. It can be deadly.
Is mixing these brands a brilliant idea? Or is it like putting Burger King inside McDonald’s?
My father taught me that negotiation is not always about maximizing what you can get.
How long, and in what form, can a conservative opposition to the pope endure?
“I declare if I tho’t I was to be thus occupied for the rest of my life,” one new mom wrote in 1828, “I would lie down & die.”
Assessed $2 million after admitting his foundation was his piggy bank, the president shows he always comes first.
Few thought it would arrive so quickly. Now we’re facing consequences once viewed as fringe scenarios.
The state can become a laboratory for democracy.
Southern “Redeemers” snuffed out the first black power movement.
Bill Gates and others warn that higher taxes would lead to lower growth. They have their facts backward.
A postcard from the Californiapocalypse.
Matt Bevin’s fate in Kentucky might be a warning sign for senators running for re-election next year.
The United States is virtually the only developed nation without a comprehensive consumer data protection law and an independent agency to enforce it.
Under a new bill, a handful of new drugs might never get produced. That would be worth it.
With “nunchi,” all you need is your eyes, your ears and a quiet mind.
Let’s discuss Brexit, and then my pirate ancestor.
A word to the youngs: The shiny tools of modernity will always fall prey to the ancient flaws of humanity.
A person can rage pointlessly at hardship, or draw strength from it.