The special envoy to Syria said the presence of U.S. troops would not have stopped Turkey from invading Syria. Sen. Chris Murphy wasn’t buying it.
Did two Republicans, Joe Markley and Rob Sampson, miss a deadline for raising a free-speech issue?
As Connecticut struggles to shore up its cities, it might look to Louisville — where leaders created a thriving regional city.
How did Ray Dalio build one of the world’s largest hedge funds and become the 58th richest person in America? By following a set of rules he’d learned through experience to be vital to all of his endeavors. One he calls “Radical Transparency.” In his book, “Principles: Life and Work,” Dalio writes that “Being radically truthful and transparent with your colleagues and expecting your colleagues to be the same with you ensures that important issues are apparent instead of hidden.”
You’ve likely seen at least one story. Nurse held hostage at gunpoint and raped by violent patient, doctor murdered by disgruntled patient or family member, nurse stabbed by patient. The news fills with these stories every day, and yet despite all the efforts over the last few decades to curb these events, they continue to happen.