With their rapid and continuing growth, health care retail clinics have transformed from a store-by-store novelty into a way to address the two great challenges of American health care: cost and access.
The pivot, or “rebalance,” as U.S. policymakers call the shift to Asia, is intended to strengthen American resources, attention and forces toward the Pacific. It is the right American policy for the 21st century.
One of the big questions following President Barack Obama’s decision to significantly expand U.S. tourism to Cuba will be how much it will affect other Caribbean tourism destinations such as the Dominican Republic, Jamaica or Cancun, Mexico. Independent experts say Cancun will be among the most hurt.
Thanks to President Obama’s decision to begin normalizing relations with Cuba, Marco Rubio’s whole world changed. This historic development complicates the road ahead for Jeb Bush while propelling Rubio into a great spot from which to run for the nomination.
The common theme in all the scenarios is family. Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, whatever you celebrate, the best gift isn’t a bicycle or long pants, jewelry or electronics, toys or games, but what you believe the holiday season means.
The process of faith, of bringing moments of intense inward understanding into the ballyhoo of life, seems to involve a lot of reading and talking – as people try to make sense of who God is and how holiness should be lived out.
Earth is in a remarkable transition from a world in which human influence on climate has been negligible to one in which our influence is increasingly dominant. The severe California drought is a case in point.