British Prime Minister David Cameron's vision for the Europe Union is blatantly self-serving. His promise to let the Brits vote on EU membership is designed to ensure his own reelection. But his plan for a leaner and less intrusive union may also win some friends on the continent.
North America will continue to show the world the way on shale gas and oil, Grealy writes, but we're only at the first baby steps of shale.
Investors' moves to ETFs, emerging market debt, and the next generation of high-tech startups are three themes for the new year.
In Puritan New England, Protestant and Catholic churches are declining while evangelical and Pentecostal groups are rising. Why the nation's most secular region may hint at the future of religion.