bill and melinda gates

Trump is more dangerous, even if not as clever.
Warren Buffett threw down the gauntlet to Donald Trump again last week. It happened after Trump lied about Buffett's federal income tax payments on national TV.
If we see a miracle run by Rubio and he unseats the Donald for the Republican nomination, then we should point to yesterday as the turning point.
Sandwiched between the State of the Union address and the anniversary of Roe v. Wade is another January tradition: the release of Bill and Melinda Gates' Annual Letter.
Perhaps the best example of this new collaboration is The Global Philanthropists Circle (GPC), founded by Peggy Dulany and
Cliches don't help careers or shape character. Real concrete opportunities do. National service -- a "service year" -- is one opportunity that every young person needs to hear about.
Our desire to bring every good thing to our children is a force for good in the world.
In the annual shareholder letter of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation released recently, the couple made a confident prediction that has raised more than a few eyebrows and invited a chorus of cynics.
The five-year project by biologists Neil Lobo and Nicole Achee aims to show the effectiveness of a new method of mosquito
To his credit, Gates is a remarkable philanthropist, and his generosity certainly sets a bold standard for all wealthy people to emulate. Nevertheless, his appears blind to the genuine suffering of people who endure poverty, even in the wealthiest countries on Earth.