The immediate past executive director of the International Energy Agency is on a mission attempting to alert officials in the United States, Japan, Europe, China and elsewhere that post-Fukushima Japan may be approaching an energy death spiral.
Politico's Dylan Byers has written one of the fairest, most earnest reviews of another journalist's work that I've read in some time.
The New York Times editors nail it today in a piece ridiculing the settlement between too-big-to-fail banks and states.
Today, more than 800 people will attend "The US Economy Summit" organized by The Atlantic and presented at the Capital Hilton Hotel.
Robots perform the theme from James Bond.
Formally led by the Queen of England, this collection of former British colonies could reconvene into something new and powerful.
The world's emerging economies will need more than just cheap labor to keep growing.
The now politically dominant Muslim Brotherhood's support for the actions of Egypt's military government is clearly a warning shot across America's bow.
While everyone knows that the defense budget is large, national security spending is much larger, nearly double the amount U.S. citizens are told.
If the GOP crowd that these wars are in our national interest, then they should start lining up some of the wealthiest in the country who are helping to agitate for these conflicts to pay more in taxes for them.
Feelings of bitterness, national self-directed anger, and disdain among nations inside Europe for each other has become palpable and manifested itself in Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's comments last night on The News Hour.