We can all go to bed now. Or, as I wrote last week, we can turn our TV sets off. When it happens, we will hear it. People will talk about it. Perhaps even, on
On Thursday, as I was about to start writing a post on the “Panama Papers,” an email landed in my inbox. It was from Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for president of the U.S.
As I was walking up Broadway to the nearest pharmacy, an elderly man, the sun shining down on him, came into view, walking towards me. He looked at a couple of men leaning against the
As Hillary Clinton launched her presidential election campaign last Sunday, crowds of scientists and technicians at Cape Canaveral were preparing a different kind of liftoff. SpaceX, a private space company, was getting ready to launch
The United States has been losing wars since 1945. In spite of spending huge amounts of money on its military, America has actually won very few battles, and lost all its wars. If the Korean
“Benjamin Netanyahu succeeded in landing on ‘enemy territory’ and then making it home safe and sound,” opens one of the most interesting commentaries on the Israeli prime minister’s speech in the Congress past week in