On Tuesday, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons will accept their Nobel Peace Prize in Stockholm. Last month, they triumphantly met their deadline for the removal of Syria’s weapons cache. Though the U.S. has offered to pick up and destroy the hazardous material at an offshore facility, there is still a great deal of work left to be done. Sigrid Kaag, special coordinator of the joint mission of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the United Nations, provides a look ahead at the OPCW's timeline for destroying all of the weapons over the next several months.
In "What's Wrong with the Poor?: Psychiatry, Race and the War on Poverty," Dr. Mical Raz argues that the theory of deprivation led policy-makers to ignore structural inequality.
Today governors of eight Northeastern states plan to petition the EPA to force tighter air pollution regulations on nine Rust Belt and Appalachian states. Coral Davenport, reporter for our partner The New York Times, explains.
How do you navigate a season steeped in tradition, in our non-traditional digital age? Gifts or gift cards? Invites or e-vites? And how much eggnog is too much eggnog at the holiday office party?