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For freelance journalists in war zones, dangers lurk and support is often lacking

Among journalists, there’s a well-known reality: in conflict zones,...

September 2, 2014, Tuesday


Shell companies at heart of corruption that hurts us all

Medicare fraud. Drug running. Human trafficking. Tax avoidance. The common thread that runs through all of these crimes is the use of anonymous shell companies,...

September 2, 2014, Tuesday


Concern about asset bubbles on the rise

In recent months, concern has intensified among the world’s financial experts and news media that overheated asset markets — real estate, equities, and long-...

August 28, 2014, Thursday


Funding for preschool gives biggest bang for buck

With the deadline for the United Nations Millennium Development Goals fast approaching, the world is gearing up to establish a new set of goals for the next 15 years. Given limited resources,...

August 27, 2014, Wednesday


Community health workers key to containing Ebola

In sub-Saharan Africa, any child with a fever should receive immediate medical care to prevent death from malaria or pneumonia. But,...

August 26, 2014, Tuesday


US, China can learn from each other on Internet

Dear editor,As one who has followed with interest efforts by your government to crack down on “irresponsible” use of social media, I found a recent story in the New York Times of interest....

August 25, 2014, Monday


Eating with thankfulness has its benefits

Dear Wang Yong,I very much enjoyed reading your column (August 15), and discussed it with my wife, Karen....

August 22, 2014, Friday


‘Asianization’ of Innovation: China closing gap with US, Europe on R&D spending

FOR a century, the major economies of Western Europe, the United States and Japan have dominated innovation. Today, they have been joined by large emerging economies, spearheaded by China. In 2012, China’s ...

August 21, 2014, Thursday


Billionaire’s about-face shows peril of climate politics

There are few areas of public discourse where the adage, “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones,” is more applicable than climate change....

August 20, 2014, Wednesday


Robin Williams — A comic genius who named it all except his own depression

Robin Williams once joked that death is “nature’s way to let you know your table is ready....

August 19, 2014, Tuesday




 

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