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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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  • Brain dead: Why is D.C.'s answer to the jobs crisis a deficit solution?

    Last week, President Obama proposed an initiative to map the complete structure and activity of the brain. The so-called BRAIN project (Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) would kick off next year with $100 million in funding...
  • Opportunities are within our grasp

    No matter where we are on the political spectrum, or what we think the role of government should be, most of us would agree that something is broken in America. One of the things that defines our country -- the American Dream -- is in real danger. As...
  • Is sleep deprivation the reason the Romney campaign is blowing it?

    "Saturday Night Live" opened its new season with a sketch in which President Obama acknowledges that "things aren't great, the economy's in the tank" and "the job market is horrible," but says he's not worried because his campaign has a "secret weapon" to...
  • Helping Italians tell their own stories

    ROME -- Ciao from Rome, where I'm delighted to announce the launch of L'Huffington Post. I've always had a great fondness for the boot-shaped country and as a Greek, I feel a kinship with a fellow Mediterranean land where someone is always trying to get...
  • 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...
  • Instead of debate zingers, how about serious proposals to boost employment?

    As the presidential debates begin, the focus shouldn't be on who is going to "win," but on whether we are finally going to get a serious debate on jobs and the economy. If not, then the real loser is going to be the American public. But I don't expect...
  • 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...
  • The jobs crisis: It may not be 'breaking news,' but it's definitely 'broken news'

    BREAKING! This just in: the economy is terrible and the country is suffering its worst jobs crisis since the Depression . . . developing . . . Of course, this isn't actually breaking news -- it's aching news -- and, before the tragic bombings in Boston,...
  • After Boston: Why it's important that we keep asking, 'Why?'

    "I, and I think all of the law enforcement professionals, are hoping for a host of reasons that the suspect survives," said Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick on Saturday, "because we have a million questions, and those questions need to be answered."...