You don’t have to believe in the detrimental effects of human industry on the environment to be green today. Reducing dependence -- on big government, big utilities, and big energy -- appeals to rugged individualists as much as to tree-huggers.
The Ray Rice video of domestic abuse should stir both fans and the NFL to rethink football violence, not just off the field but on.
This week's round-up of commentary covers rampant homeless attack on homeless in Japan, Cuba's sustainable farming boom, Putin's popularity will make finding a replacement hard, and fighting Ebola through education.
Letters to the Editor for September 15, 2014 weekly magazine:Krashen: Common core doesn't fix the real problem of education– poverty.Budd: Though the number of women in the United Kingdom's parliament doubled, the percentage of women is still too small.
From saving Iraq from the Islamic State to saving Ukraine from Russia, President Obama tries to preserve communities bound together as nation-states or in other ways. One lesson lies in Scotland's Sept. 18 referendum on whether to split with England.
Even as New Jersey opens up sports betting, Singapore offers a law to suppress online gambling to help end the country's reputation as home to match-fixing worldwide, especially on European soccer games.