Why population shifts from Blue States from Red States, long in the making, may change politics for decades to come
In words and pictures a look at racial progress, or the lack of it, in the US.
U.S. companies have pitched in, in droves, to help citizens and frontline workers during the deadly spread of coronavirus. Here are 50—from Coca-Coca and Airbnb to Tory Burch and Spanx—that stepped up.
In 1967, black households earned 55 percent of what white households earned. In 2014, it was 61 percent. At that rate of improvement, black household incomes should catch up in 2410—maybe.
It will take years before the economy is at pre-pandemic levels again.
Q&A with Mark Suzman: Next Up For The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Why charities like the United Way are built to tackle Covid-19
More Than 200 billionaires promised to donate a majority of their wealth since the Buffet/Gates "Giving Pledge" launched 10 years ago. Is that a success?
Have the pollsters learned from their mistakes in the 2016 presidential election? Maybe. Maybe not.
It's partly because the data set is still relatively small. But partly because it all very much depends on what each of us does about it.
The sad truth is women's rights are far down the agenda for the U.S. They're not even mentioned in the Doha accord, despite pressure from international rights groups and the media.
You kids may think your challenges are far greater than those other generations have faced. No, They're not. And here's why.
"The U.S. has gotten the redistribution part down, but in our case we redistribute to each according to his voting clout."
Nigeria was one of the six additional countries added to the president's travel ban on Friday.
Without Roger Clemens and the Black Sox and Mark McGwire and Gaylord Perry, baseball is boring.
"There's a bit of give-the-editors-what-they-want and it's true that literary prizes in the West favor victimhood."
It's not common to announce a vice presidential partner during the primaries, but these are anything but common times.
If it can get its socioeconomic act together, Nigeria may be the next global power—and the first one on the continent.
Markets believe that the Iranian situation will not have a major negative effect on the world economy. At least for now.
Specifically, CSR has become the weapon of choice for what is known as, in corporate speak, the three R's: Investor Relations, Human Resources, and Public Relations.
The fact many don't like Trump's five core principles—self-enrichment, protectionism, alt-xenophobia, isolationism and allegiance to family above all—doesn't mean he doesn't have them.
The contract does not call for reopening the Lordstown assembly plant, something the workers had hoped for.
Here's to you, Professors Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer. Congratulations! Now tell me whether we should increase or decrease aid to developing nations. Using very short words, please.
The Yankees have about as many number crunchers as they have players on their active roster in this World Series.
President Donald Trump called out poor countries for being "s***holes." Yes, there are terrible places to live. And, yes, it is easy to build a wall and say figure it out on your own. But we can't.
One expert has calculated that, in all, up to seven jobs could be impacted for every striker.
If they'd left the market alone and let rents rise, builders would have chosen to create more rental housing, and rents would have fallen on their own.
Democracy is not a higher state to which all nations will evolve as leaders become more enlightened. Rather, it is a delicate and fragile outcome, as unstable as a tightwire walker on a windy day.
It isn't that the doctrine was wrong when Professor Friedman introduced, but rather that the internet has made it obsolete now.