Diversity, equity and inclusion have become essential pillars of society. But many barriers slow progress. Two of the most insidious are benevolent racism and vicarious racism.
Training for diversity, equity and inclusion has become a lucrative industry. The Harvard Business Review estimates U.S. companies spend $8 billion a year on these programs.
Hody Childress was a man I had never heard of until after he died.
My brothers and I had childhoods that were likely much different from those of you who are lifelong residents of Lee County. Living in Virginia, we experienced many snowy seasons!
Former Vice President Mike Pence has said he won’t resist every aspect of the subpoena from the special counsel investigating the events of Jan. 6, 2021. Nonetheless, the dispute isn’t over. Nor is the necessary conversation about the nature of the office Pence held — a conversation with pot…
Daddy didn’t fight in World War II. He was exempt from battle, not because of his high blood pressure and phlebitis, or because he was almost 40 years old and had three children with my sister Jane on the way. The U.S. military signed him up for different duties.
It is entirely likely that Vladimir Putin may never be held fully accountable for his crimes. But the possibility of eventual justice grew somewhat brighter with the international criminal court’s decision recently to issue an arrest warrant for overseeing the abduction of Ukrainian children.
Right after a 28-year-old shot six people to death at a small Christian school, Rep. Tim Burchett, a Tennessee Republican, emoted on camera. "Three precious little kids lost their lives," he said with sad resignation, "and I believe three adults."
Commentary: Holocaust survivors teach us that we need to build communities filled with people committed to goodness
🎧 The hosts discuss how this movement has affected society and how our focus on the culture wars often drowns out more important issues facing Americans.
Recently yet another school shooting struck a community, this time in Nashville Tennessee.
“Conversational disappointment” is quite common, with only 2% of conversations ending when both parties wanted them to stop.
No one sells the future more masterfully than the tech industry. According to its proponents, we will all live in the “metaverse,” build our financial infrastructure on “web3” and power our lives with “artificial intelligence.” All three of these terms are mirages that have raked in billions of dollars, despite reality biting back.
The ubiquitous social video app TikTok did not have a great day as CEO Shou Zi Chew was dragged before Congress to ostensibly testify, but really be berated, by lawmakers out for blood. In more than five hours of testimony, they painted the company as some sort of nefarious Chinese government sleeper agent, plotting against an unsuspecting public.
The hotly debated Section 230 is again under the scope of the Supreme Court as the court recently heard oral arguments in Gonzalez v. Google LLC.
It is unusual for a clause in an act of Congress to develop a cult following, but Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act has. The clause explicitly says that the internet should not be treated like print or broadcast media, which means internet platforms do not bear any liability for third-party content.
When the Apostle Paul said he had been “crucified with Christ,” he did not mean that he had died on a cross.
Peter, Paul and Mary said a mouthful when they crooned “The Times Are A-Changin’.” I’ve weathered so many twists and turns over the years, I hardly recognize some things anymore.
I have a confession to make. I love barbecue. I can’t go much longer than a few days without a dose of that smoky-smelling pork slathered in sweet-red sauce with a touch of Tabasco to add tingle to my tongue.
Mortada Gzar: For Iraqis like me, the US invasion 20 years ago isn’t a distant memory — it’s our daily devastation
In March 2003, I was in my second year at the University of Baghdad, studying engineering. The U.S. invaded Iraq, and my dormitory emptied as we all returned home and waited to see what would happen.
House conservatives have devised a "new and improved" threat to the world economy if their demands are not met. Once again, they vow to vote against raising the cap on U.S. debt if desired cuts in government spending are not made.
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🎧 The hosts discuss the effectiveness of the messaging in the early days of the pandemic, why COVID further divided many Americans and how leadership matters during a crisis.
The Vermont socialist is upset that drug maker could make a profit on its COVID vaccine
You are sitting at your desk in the world’s most famous workplace. Day after day, you are feeling like your supremely skilled experts somehow just managed to paint you into yet another corner in your unique Oval Office.
Christiane Amanpour speaks with Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, on the court's decision to issue an arrest warrant for Putin over the alleged war crime of abducting Ukrainian children.
Congress should consider national system to deter disruptive, dangerous behavior
For those of you who think the culture wars do not affect regular people, I am here to tell you they do.
Bankrate.com Chief Financial Analyst Greg McBride shares important tips on how people can safeguard their money.
Critics can’t agree on what “woke” means. Going back a bit into our history is the idea of Black people being “woke” from the oppression of the white man and what we, as a society, can do about it. But the term has been appropriated for a variety of left-wing causes.