There are times when events and images conspire to become etched in our hearts and minds. One for me came [...]
Don Carroll's Alice is having a difficult time imagining wonderland as new taxes kick in.
In 1861, San Marino sent embattled Abraham Lincoln a letter of support. No such letter is today on its way to the White House.
The new U.S. tax law is unlikely to change much for American expats, but keep an eye out for Italian penalties.
Italy has many flaws, but its attention to health care isn't one, something the U.S. should learn from.
Mass murderers bypass social safeguards by not standing out. Which places the onus on their "tools."
Relinquishing U.S. citizenship is one thing. But traveling without it means being prepared.
U.S. tax laws intended to discourage people from giving up citizenship can lead to the opposite.
The White House's new incumbent doesn't see much need for global cooperation, which could place longstanding cultural exchanges in peril.