"The Late Late Show" host riffed on the job-performance grade the president gave himself in a Fox News interview.
As a corporate trainer and leadership coach, I work with business professionals at all hierarchical levels – helping them
Today, you have the Lofoten Islands, a 150-mile-long archipelago some 125 miles north of the Arctic Circle, a magical wonderland
Two weeks ago, a little-known Canadian gold mining company that has developed or operated exactly zero mines over 17 years announced to its investors that it had initiated international arbitration proceedings against the government of Romania for failing to permit what would be the largest open-pit gold and silver mine in Europe.
Atlantis Conversations can get so heated that on Thursday, we asked the followers of the HuffPost Lifestyle Facebook Page
The plot is simple. Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook), learns his plane is damaged and he may never fly again. Out of frustration
Of all the things, Theon's tormentor says, the only thing I genuinely believe is this: "If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention." Honestly, I think the same could be said for this whole series.
Patti Stanger Talks 'Millionare Matchmaker' Success, Failure And Enjoying Her Work WIth 'Douchey' Guys (VIDEO)
According to Stanger, the success rate of her matchmaking business is 99 percent, but most of her clients wouldn't be the
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia is expected to report another quarterly loss next week, raising the stakes for its holiday-season
So he and his cohorts shouted verse from convertible luxury cars; sewed poems into thrift store threads; flew poetry banners
The Cardinals seized control of Game 7 of the 2011 World Series in the bottom of the fifth, stretching a 3-2 lead to a 5
The inconsistency between war as a moral imperative versus political policy runs way wider and deeper than the Libya conflict. It goes to the heart of human nature and the character of society. For despite the popular delusion that war is primarily a matter of political strategy and pragmatic execution, it almost never is. Squaring the circle of war and politics, morality and material interests, is not just Obama's or America's quandary, it is a species-wide dilemma that results from wanting to believe that we humans are fundamentally rational beings, when in fact David Hume was right to say that "Reason is, and ought only to be, the slave of the passions."
All trends regarding public sentiment and views towards the LGBT community indicate that the time when conservatives can use same-sex marriage as a "wedge" issue is coming to an end.
Georgia's case that victims of ethnic cleansing have an undeniable right to return to their homes and villages and that Russia's illegal occupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia must end has now been strengthened.
The first issue since the magazine was dropped in 2003 (we're still wearing black armbands) will be "sexy, playful, and provocative