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Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post.
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post. « Show less

Top Arianna Huffington Articles

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  • Conventional wisdom often dead wrong

    Our culture has a way of collectively falling into the groove of conventional wisdom, whether that means seeing everything through the outdated prism of left vs. right, or willfully blinding ourselves to unpleasant or inconvenient facts. So I want to...
  • GPS for the Soul

    Just over two years ago, I spoke at a conference commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Internet designation ".com." The panel I was on was asked to "gaze into the crystal ball" and predict what the game-changing inventions would be during the next...
  • Master your fear to master your life

    We live in a world facing multiple crises, many set in motion by factors beyond our individual control. As if this were not enough, we often compound these collective and personal crises with self-judgments, insecurities and doubts - the voice I call...
  • Let's not fret over who is more macho

    Wednesday was a big anniversary - one year since the day Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan. The president is marking the occasion by, among other things, sitting for an exclusive interview with Brian Williams in the White House Situation Room,...
  • Relevance to resonance

    LONDON - At a lunch in the crypt at St. Paul's Cathedral before the Dalai Lama received the Templeton Prize on Monday, I was seated next to Canon Mark Oakley. "We need to move beyond relevance to resonance," he said. It was a call to move beyond the...
  • This is something we must not forget

    "The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting." It's one of Milan Kundera's most famous lines, from his novel "The Book of Laughter and Forgetting." It's one worth keeping in mind as we approach March 20, the 10th...
  • Shock treatment for financial crises?

    Financial crises are a lot like childbirth - they both involve a lot of pain and end up costing you a lot of money. But, after awhile, you forget about all the negatives and are ready to do it again. Of course, with childbirth you at least get...
  • Keep the drone debate alive

    It's become accepted wisdom that Washington has become pathologically polarized and partisan, with every new debate inevitably breaking down along party lines. That's why it was so remarkable last week when Rand Paul's old-fashioned talking filibuster...
  • Stress erodes employee health -- and corporate profits

    On Tuesday I guest-hosted CNBC's "Squawk Box," a program that bills itself as the show that "brings Wall Street to Main Street." As well as discussing Cyprus and a possible euro-crisis, we discussed the growing trend in corporate America of taking steps...
  • We need to feel the winds of optimism and compassion

    There are lots of deficits in the United States right now, but one thing that's not in short supply is anti-European sentiment. This is especially true among those vying to run against President Obama. Criticizing the president, Mitt Romney said: "He...
  • Enough with this 'culture war'

    Did you hear the news? Apparently the 2012 election isn't going to be about the economy after all. Instead, in the words of an AP headline, "Social Issues Retake U.S. Politics, 2012 Elections." NBC's First Read confirmed the meme: "You know the economy...