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John C. Maxwell shares the vital principles of team building that are necessary for success in your business, family, church, or organization.
A love letter to my new country.
THE OLD WASHINGTON ADAGE OF “Watch what we do, not what we say” is hard to apply to someone as serially outrageous as Donald Trump. But for all his untethered pronouncements about voter fraud and crowd size and media bias, it was President Trump’s br
Sextortionists are hacking accounts and threatening blackmail victims for more.
California is preparing to lead the national revolt against the new president.
Rather than looking at typical benchmarks, we focus on the ideas, almost all fueled by passion and implemented by strong leaders.
An exploding U.S. deficit and the devaluation of the renminbi make a trade war with China all but inevitable.
It's a bright new day for lobbyists and special interests in Washington, D.C., who seem to have little trouble gaining access to Trump's White House.
I asked one of my students to explain his support for Trump. The answer was more than I bargained for.
The Trump administration appears to have reversed the ban on green-card holders from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Energy levels rise and dip every 90 minutes, here is how to make the most of your time.
Works by Sinclair Lewis, John Steinbeck, and Hannah Arendt have also had a spike in interest over the past year.
Suze Yalof Schwartz has modernized meditation with Unplug.
Mothers—and some fathers—are increasingly suing employers for discriminating against working parents. They are succeeding.
A conversation with Michael Wear, a former Obama White House staffer, about the party’s illiteracy on and hostility toward faith
One weekend came close to undoing the firm legal foundation that’s let U.S. business thrive
We sorted all of Trump's tweets since the election into 16 categories, from domestic policy to self-congratulations.
Pay no attention to the strongman who may or may not be behind the curtain
Russia is clawing its way back to being a superpower—at the expense of U.S. influence and prestige.
Driven by opportunism, pragmatism, or fear, many begin to forget that they used to think certain things were unacceptable.
RUSSIA WAS NEVER MEANT TO BE Edward Snowden’s final destination. When he decided in 2013 to leave his comfortable job in Hawaii as a U.S. intelligence contractor and expose his government’s most invasive spying programs, the whistle-blower knew he wa
TO MANY AMERICANS, THE END OF SLAVERY is synonymous with Abraham Lincoln, who signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. But that’s hardly the whole story. And it discounts the agency of thousands of slaves who voted with their feet for freedom.
After five years of practicing meditation, subject number 99003 began to see the lights. “My eyes were closed,” he reported, “[and] there would be what appeared to be a moon-shaped object in my consciousness directly above me, about the same size as
Even America's own government analysts see the American Era drawing to a close.
A three-year investigation found that key parts of Snowden's story do not check out.
MEASURE WHAT REALLY MATTERS AND YOU’LL MULTIPLY YOUR LEADERSHIP IMPACT EXPONENTIALLY.
PEOPLE TEND TO EXTERNALIZE WHEN THEY encounter problems—to look beyond themselves and find fault with others when things go wrong. Society’s mantra is “There’s plenty of blame to go around!” You can hear it echo in the reactions to the election. But
Hospital patients are attacking staff at an alarming rate, and there are no federal regulations requiring employers to provide any protection.
Once you lose faith in one institution, you start to lose faith in them all. Lessons from Putin’s Moscow.
It’s one thing to be elected President of the U.S. Learning how to do the job usually takes longer
Fidel Castro banned religion when he first took over but in recent years the regime has been more tolerant.