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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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  • Author tells wounded vets' stories

    Last week, the Pentagon marked the official end to the war in Iraq with a brief ceremony in a secure part of the Baghdad airport - helicopters hovering protectively overhead. Although Defense Secretary Leon Panetta later declared that the cost paid by...
  • GOP is now a three-man race: Romney vs. Gingrich vs. Gingrich

    Now that Herman Cain has "suspended his campaign" (I've decided to honor him by suspending my reading of anything further about his candidacy/book tour), the race is down to three people: Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. At this point, the...
  • Brutal responses to Occupy protesters signify deep disconnect

    Last weekend, while listening to an NPR story about police using tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a demonstration, I was actually surprised when it turned out the newscaster was talking about Tahrir Square -- I had assumed it was about another...
  • On Obama, Teddy Roosevelt, and the not-so-fierce urgency of maybe next term

    "What's happened to the American deal that says, you know, we are focused on building a strong middle class? That is not a left or right position. That is an American position." That was Barack Obama on "60 Minutes" last Sunday. I couldn't agree more....
  • Why on earth are we still in Afghanistan?

    In the last month, the United States has hit three milestones in the war in Afghanistan. In late September, the 33,000 additional soldiers that President Obama ordered to Afghanistan in late 2009 came home, leaving 68,000 troops in the country as part of...
  • How to make presidential debates better

    If the 2012 campaign is an endurance race, we're now in the home stretch just before the finish line. After the first two presidential face-offs, nobody is doubting the debates' importance. But let's go deeper for a moment. Why do we have them at all? I'...
  • The blood of strangers gave me strength

    I'm happy to announce that I've just returned home from the hospital with a new arrival. I'm not sure how much it weighs, but it seems to be healthy, and it's already walking -- albeit unsteadily and with a cane. And although I produced two children...
  • The worst of Hurricane Sandy brought out our bipartisan best

    Hurricane Sandy may have been downgraded from Category 2 after it barreled through the Caribbean, but it sure didn't feel like it. What was unmistakable, though, was how quickly and completely Sandy downgraded our election. What had been a Category 5...
  • What we must learn from this storm

    Both the storm caused by Mother Nature and the manmade electoral storm have passed, but we're still getting reports of Hurricane Sandy's devastation. According to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, up to 40,000 New Yorkers may be in need of new housing. Gas lines...
  • Give yourself the gift of mastering stress

    The holiday season is upon us -- a time to lovingly connect with family, to relax, recharge and emerge happy, content and revitalized. Just kidding. In fact, of course, it's usually the complete opposite. But why is that? What is it about special...
  • Let's focus on what's right with the world

    We live in a tumultuous world facing multiple crises, a world where our 24/7 connectedness subjects us to a steady stream of bad news -- from natural disasters and genuine tragedies to our leaders' poor decisions and lack of accountability. So it's no...