A massive wildfire that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes is fully contained after burning for more than two weeks.
If only the president’s—and the media’s—responses to the crisis in California weren’t so utterly predictable, I might not have predicted it in 2011.
The count in Northern California rises to a record 42 as authorities search burned-out cars and homes.
People clutching babies and pets abandon vehicles and strike out on foot ahead of flames that forced the evacuation of the town of Paradise.
All right, I confess: I have a dream. I bet you do, too. I bet yours, like mine, is of a far, far better world not only for yourself and your loved ones, but for everyone on this beleaguered planet of ours.
For those who live there, life at the wrong end of Avenue 54 in Southern California’s eastern Coachella Valley is a hot, rotting hell. As you head east, the “Bermuda shorts, putting greens and picture-window champagne dinners” found in abundance near the Arnold Palmer Golf Course give way to … (more)
The editor of ForbesTraveler.com pens a satirical take on U.S.-Mexico border relations, envisioning a scenario in which "Minute Mounties" protect the Canadian border from Americans desperate to fill jobs that our neighbors to the north are too rich to perform.