The United States is one giant pothole, said former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and Congress does not care.
Creating livable communities falls on many shoulders, including those of businesses and their leaders. Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO
From the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and Mexican border, smaller towns
Story by Laura Scherb | Staff Writer In 2009, Detroit was at the center of hard times: poverty, bankruptcy, increased
Seyed Hossein Mousavian has some advice to those who are critical of proposed Iran nuclear deal: “Be realistic.”
The battle to own the land Israel currently controls dates back thousands of years and has been the subject of centuries of bloodshed. It’s a complex conflict with no end in sight, but this isn’t stopping today’s Chautauqua morning lecture speakers from trying.
Decimating a country via a bottomless arsenal of elite military technology is easy. Rebuilding a country after the storm amid
Despite canceled flights and a lack of a credit card, Jawad Nabulsi drove a rented car eight hours from Chicago to make it to Chautauqua. That persistence is what got him to the Amphitheater 45 minutes prior to Tuesday’s morning lecture. It is also what got him through Egypt’s turbulent recent history.
Robin Wright believes “we may be in the greatest period of empowerment in world history.” Wright will share the the
Countries begin for a multitude of reasons. They might be built around ethnicities, religions, conquest or revolution. Some are so