The next few days in the Hurricane Sandy disaster zones could swing the election, decide Mayor Mike Bloomberg's legacy, and change the debate on government effectiveness
In Manhattan, the storm revealed a city more economically divided than it has been in a decade
Neither campaign is addressing the one issue that's both the culprit of the financial crisis and the key to our recovery
They're both running on platitudes. But one set of platitudes is clearly superior.
On the candidate's move away from the neocons
"There is so much potential here for American companies that are in it for the long haul."
High taxes, poor infrastructure, and astonishingly complicated regulations have conspired to bring an end to the Brazilian Decade
What happened to the party of John Foster Dulles, George Shultz, and Howard Baker?
The U.S. diplomat, killed in Libya, embodied the important effort to engage the moderates of the Middle East.
In both conventions, candidates talked to the middle class without listening
Our options go far beyond whether to bomb or not to bomb.
Washington's failure to enact immigration reform is slowing down American businesses. Does anybody care?
The presidential candidate's simplistic narratives about innate greatness fail to explain either Israel's accomplishments or America's challenges.
The scandal engulfing the financial industry is yet another sign that our business leaders no longer respect the rule of law.
Reporters, particularly women, are coming under fire around the world.
How the U.S. can confront Russia for its patronage of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
Angus King is the favorite to pick up the open U.S. Senate seat in the state and could become the deciding vote in a closely-divided chamber.
First with an ill-fated Cold War-era project and now with the war today, Helmand province has been the source of enormously lucrative private contracting that has done little to improve peoples' lives.
Here's the game plan: hire over here, sell over there. More companies are creating jobs by taking advantage of rising global wealth
The West puts others on trial for war crimes, the argument goes, while exempting its own forces from scrutiny.