Al Gore at the Washington Ideas Forum
The former vice president announces a surprising business achievement, and both cautionary and encouraging political and environmental views.
How Hillary Clinton Helped Her Employees Manage Work-Life Balance
While secretary of state, she worked from home so that moms and dads could be with their kids on a snow day.
Al Gore Blames the 2016 Election's Craziness on Television
“Politicians spend 75 percent of their money on 30-second TV ads.”
The Pottery Barn Rule: Syria Edition
Colin Powell on his famous “you break it, you own it” view of war, and how it’s nice to have a doctrine named after you.
The Museum That Resurrected a Slave Ship
The Smithsonian’s African American History Museum, with the help of a worldwide network of scholars, will display pieces of the formerly sunken São José.
The Revolutionary Aims of Black Lives Matter
Everybody, the movement’s co-founder says, has a civic duty to “stand on the side of people who have been oppressed for generations.”
Mitt Romney Surveys the 2016 Field
The former Republican nominee on his would-be heirs, including Donald Trump
Top Obama Advisor: Syria Won’t Be Stable Until Assad Goes
Russia needs to understand the importance of a political resolution to the civil war, Ben Rhodes says.
When the Wedding Crasher Is a Drone
Flying robots: a fun new thing for everyone—from normals to celebrity wedding planners—to worry about when planning a ceremony
10 Hours to Save Syria
Republican Senator Bob Corker says one operation in 2013 could have made the real difference.