Sheryl Lee Ralph: Center Stage In The HIV/AIDS Fight

Up until very recently, Sheryl Lee Ralph believed this would be the last year putting on her star-studded DIVAS Simply Singing! signature AIDS benefit concert.…

Krueger on Clinton economics

Professor Anne Krueger of the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies has produced a fascinating assessment of Hillary Clinton’s economic platform. [...]

Near to a nuclear deal, Iran grapples with bigger headaches

A more active Saudi Arabia poses an increasingly sophisticated risk to Iran’s long-term objectives.

Jada Pinkett Smith: How ‘Magic Mike’ Movie Helped Her Marriage

How can a movie about male strippers be helpful to a marriage? Actress Jada Pinkett-Smith says that being on the set of the new movie…

Saudi ambassador meets with terrorist leaders

What does it say about our relationship with Saudi Arabia that the Saudi ambassador felt free to meet with a wanted terrorist with American blood on his hands, and forward a request for medical

Grilled Watermelon and Mint Salad

Dust off your grills and get out your red, white and blue: The Fourth of July is almost upon us.

Nvidia asks Washington to sledgehammer smartphones

Today’s smartphone is more powerful than a supercomputer of just 20 years ago. It is an immensely complex device. In fact, more than one in six (16%) of all active U.S. patents are smartphone-related.

Medical device tax jeopardizes innovation and patient care

Advances in medical device technology have been major contributors to improved longevity and increased quality of life for patients. Unfortunately, damaging “conflict-of-interest myths” are hampering medical progress in general and device development in particular.

Why is the US labor force participation rate so low — even lower than Germany, Japan, and UK?

The US labor force participation rate has fallen by about three percentage points since the Great Recession. Of that decline, Barclays thinks two points are due to population aging. The rest it blames on

Super Summer Slim Fried Rice

During the summer most of our appetites start to dwindle. It could be our body’s natural craving for more water to keep us hydrated or…