Time to start a new wish list.
A woman can knock back a scotch. A man can drink a glass of rosé. We can do all this - and more - without adding new words to the dictionary.
I changed my mind about asylum seekers. Here's why.
Why are we so indifferent about the plight of asylum seekers trying to reach Australia?
Immigrants do not threaten our jobs — on the contrary, they create new possibilities and demand in our economy.
Expectations meet reality.
Do you procrastinate about taking care of financial matters in your life?
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After World War II, Dr Seuss dedicated himself to creating art that would speak to a sense of fairness and justice that he believed only children possessed.
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Mishandling or leaking classified information can carry heavy criminal sanctions, regardless of whether the material was properly classified, serves any public...
What Westerners migrating to IS have in common with Westerners who sympathized with communism
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An American dentist has expressed regret for killing a much-loved Zimbabwean lion called Cecil, explaining that he was relying on his guides ensure it was legal.