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The Swampby Jim Puzzanghera and Christi Parsons Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, a scholar of the Great Depression who moved boldly last fall to prevent another economic catastrophe, will be nominated by President Obama to a second four-year term as......
The Swampby Mark Silva Cass Sunstein, the president's pick to serve as White House regulatory chief, has drawn fire for some of the things he has had to say. Glenn Beck, the conservative FOX News Channel commentator whose attacks on another......
Tags: Politics, Harry Reid, Animals, Government, National Government
The Swampby Mark Silva Remember Haiti? Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are working to ensure that the world doesn't forget the suffering that remains from a catastrophic earthquake. The two plan to travel to Haiti on Monday, according......
Remarkable how two words, scribbled nearly a century ago about a 16-year-old Lake Forest debutante, can evoke a whole country, its hypocrisies and promises, its aspirations and crushing realities. Last week, the University of South Carolina posted...
The Hartford CourantMisquoting William Shakespeare: "Now is the spring of our discontent." Indeed, even as the daffodils blossom and the songbirds sing, my students at the University of Connecticut are stressing out from their end-of-semester quest for high grades....
A fraught romantic comedy, shot through with anxiety about getting your child into an Ivy League school or else, "Admission" stars Tina Fey as a Princeton University admissions officer with a secret. Her genial foil is Paul Rudd, who runs a rural New...
I wonder what grounding looked like in the 1920s. What items or privileges were restricted? "Young man, hand over the stick. There will be no stick ball and no fishing." And what did kids get grounded for? Were they lighting matches or dressing like...
Tags: Networking, Arts and Culture, Sociology, Woodrow Wilson, Culture
As we scurry about during the highest of all shopping seasons, our money habits will be on full display. Yet the motivations behind how we spend are often hidden, stemming from ourámost ancient and fundamental human tendencies. The relatively new...
Compromise, defined as the art of getting part of a loaf when the whole loaf is out of reach, comes in many forms. But surely the strangest of all is what comes of trying to compromise with yourself. That's what California's stem cell agency is...
The Supreme Court's announcement last Friday that it will take up gay marriage is more than a chance for the justices to recognize the emerging national consensus in support of gay rights. It is a chance for them to overrule the medieval views of...
Tags: Politics, Justice System, Immigration, Judges, Government
Since the news broke Tuesday about a scrap of papyrus containing the line in Coptic, "Jesus said, 'My wife..' " questions have rocketed across the world about what this means. We put many of the big questions to leading scholars, pastors and people in...
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