The first round of Brazilian elections evoked intense emotions beyond that of a Greek Tragedy.
The upcoming elections will see candidates in both parties in different states fall to voter perceptions of corruption.
Too often, IMF meetings have focused on smaller issues, rather than the elephant in the room.
Climate geoengineering is far too enticing and powerful to be wished away.
Patent trolls and IP abuse add costs to businesses and consumers.
Kansas may very well be the state that keeps Democrats from losing control of the Senate.
The results are hardly cause for celebration.
The stars were aligned for Putin, but no longer.
Wall Street and Washington offer only a model of karma rising; then it is crash and burn.
There are only two or possibly three Republicans who would give Hillary Clinton a good race.