As the borders between traditional nation-states become more porous, a new global identity is forming, introducing citizens to new ideas and other ways of life.
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Instead of flappers, beatniks, hippies or punks, we’ve got hipsters, who have become one of the most lucrative consumers – and entrepreneurs – in fashion, media, film and music.
Like Britney Spears, Sarah Palin was the first of the mama grizzly crew to really ‘make it’, but Bachmann challenged the reigning queen for the Tea Party crown.
At the Campus Progress National Conference, leaders urged Gen Y to dig deep to find the truth – and then use that as an engine for social change.
In between the honking, cigar smoking and the spontaneous renderings of the national anthem and “God Bless America,” chants of “Yes we can” quickly turned into “Yes we did,” as the post-Bin Laden death announcement crowd in front of the White House swelled to nearly 2,500.
In Wednesday’s speech, President Obama finally said what was on everyone’s mind: Reaganomics will not work in the United States. The era of unfair taxation is over.
A letter to President Barack Obama.
TNGG’s Current Events editor discloses her deepest, darkest secrets.
The Imported From Detroit commercial urged Americans to accept Detroit for what it is – an American city that has hit its share of road blocks, but rather than giving up, is starting anew.
A new miniseries attempts a different take on the history of the Kennedy clan. Is it a right wing smear campaign, or is it art?