CNN Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, released a new op-ed where he again apologized to patients “unable to obtain the legitimate medicine that may have helped them,” and said “I am not backing down on medical marijuana — I am doubling down.”
“Make no mistake, this is the new segregation.”
“Putin saves the world,” a senior Russian lawmaker tweets.
Scarborough and company have a good LOL at the MSNBC production team’s honest mistake and then plot to take the wind out of the Internet’s sails.
The betrayal of the age of excess has made us hungry for a new code reconciling material and spiritual longings.
President Obama’s talking rug could use some quotations that are a bit more timely.
Will a fight over the theology of Zionism derail Mideast peace?
Maybe the citizenry should demand a Voter Bill of Rights. Article Five: more cat stories in political campaigns.
What’s at stake in the debate over gay marriage.
In an e-mail exchange with the author of a book on Breakfast at Tiffany’s, some bonding over the demise of the romantic comedy.
Elation from electing the nation’s first African-American president more than 20 months ago was destined to abate, but we reached a new low last week.
The stakes are high for getting an energy bill passed this year. What will it take for a compromise?
Republicans are talking confidently about the midterm elections, which is cause for concern.
Not quite Rockwell: The Edwards’s searing, sensational saga, painful to watch, continues.
The new memoir from Christopher Hitchens reveals the literary life of a political provocateur.
The story of Alcoholics Anonymous teaches us about human nature and the kinds of social programs that do and don’t work.
From the confluence of recent events, one might think the Democrats had made a deal with the Devil—and still managed to lose.
A rivalry is growing between democratic capitalist and state capitalist systems.
If Mr. Obama is to have a truly transformative presidency, there could be no better catalyst than oil.
How the Justice Department can build its criminal case against BP.
For many married 20 to 60-plus years, the decision to divorce does not mean failure and shame, but opportunity.
A supposed boom in startup companies may just be acts of desperation by workers who’ve lost their jobs.
President Obama’s battle in the gulf is taking on biblical proportions. The oil won’t stop flowing, but the magic he is accustomed to sure has.
What one woman’s medical experience in Canada can teach the United States about health care reform.