In spring of 2008, my boss, hedge fund manager Mike Masters, and I were studying the effects that investors were having on commodity prices.
My church started a community garden this summer. Our tomatoes, beans, and greens now grace the shelves of our food bank.
Last Monday, our family, like millions of other Americans, sat in holiday weekend traffic to get back home after an extra day away.
Numbers released today from the U.S. Census Bureau confirmed what has become widely apparent: more people are living in poverty because of the economic recession. It's tragic but obvious.
The planet is warming at an unprecedented rate, and this will have enormous impact: By the middle of this century, an estimated 150 to 200 million people may become permanently displaced due to ris
As the G8 Summit begins in Italy, Pope Benedict XVI has released a new encyclical on the global economy.
An interview with a man and his children in an Internally Displaced Person (refugee) camp quickly devolves into a father desperately trying to sell his smallest child to the cameraman.
Doctors who are working in the war zone in northern Sri Lanka
Sunday evening the Mobilization to End Poverty will begin.
The realities of global poverty are very stark.