It's the beginning of a new decade. Advocate and author Ralph Nader proposes a utopian future; performer Anna Deveare Smith explores human resiliency; president and CEO of The Aspen Institute Walter Isaacson discusses leadership; Rufus Griscom, founder of the website babble.com talks about good and bad parenting; honoring Basement Bhangra; ...
President Obama vows to “finish the job” in Afghanistan. USA Today’s Susan Page previews his speech on the war there and looks at other news from Washington. Plus, newly elected Republican city councilman Peter Koo; naming the “00’s”; Walter Isaacson; and water pollution by way of overtaxed sewage systems.
Albert Einstein's scientific theories are so renowned that his name has become synonymous with genius. Much less is known about his personal life, who he was as a son, husband, father, and friend. Walter Isaacson's bestselling biography examines the man behind the science, shedding light on the experiences that would ...
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