New York’s lawsuit against DraftKings and FanDuel forces the companies to admit how few people win in wagering on fantasy sports – contradicting their previous claims of winning.
Humans must be good stewards of Earth's creatures -- even of those that once vied with humans for dominance.
The new head of Germany’s largest bank challenges the financial industry by questioning the use of bonuses as a worthy incentive for providing service to customers. High finance needs more such ethical reflection.
Letters to the editor for the Nov. 30, 2015 weekly magazine.
A roundup of global commentary in the Nov. 30, 2015 weekly magazine
The prime minister plans to spend $1 billion in shaping the ‘cultural identity’ of refugees from Syria and Iraq as a creative riposte to Islamic State’s destruction of art.
ith their strong diversity of faiths, college campuses are essential training grounds to teach tomorrow’s leaders about interfaith cooperation, including engagement with Muslims.
Sunday’s election of a president with a reconciliatory style may upend the populist ruling style created by Juan and Eva Perón.
Giving is a thing of the heart. Giving in ways that don't lead to unintended consequences requires the head.
President Obama pleads not to let fear of Islamic State or Syrian refugees play into IS hands. He’s right but must do more in this critical homefront against the purveyors of fear.
Letters to the editor for the Nov. 23, 2015 weekly magazine
A roundup of global commentary for the Nov. 23, 2015 weekly magazine.
Attempts to measure the effects of corruption on an economy are welcome. But as people in more countries demand accountable government, a focus should also be put on measuring levels of honesty – to uphold models.
After the Paris attacks, Americans are divided on Obama’s plan to let in 10,000 Syrian refugees. The timing is good: Thanksgiving can shed light on how much the nation’s tradition of hospitality should influence this decision.