This handbook provides these tools and guidance for adventurous individuals who are “ready to ride the rocket ship” of being an entrepreneur.
On January 20, 2017, America celebrated the inauguration of its 45th president—Donald J. Trump. He gave his inaugural address from the West Front of the U.S. Capitol as has every president since President Reagan in 1981.
Free and fair elections are the cornerstone of any democracy. Elections give citizens a voice in their government in the most fundamental way: by deciding who governs.
America refracted through these writers’ minds is not one place but many.
The career of the eminent broadcast journalist is an example of the essential role the free press plays in a democracy.
American popular music spans a range of human experience, from matters of the heart to political protest.
Women’s economic questions are wide-ranging, and the list of policy hurdles to be resolved is long.
Democracy is more than just a set of specific government institutions.
Americans are bound together by the shared belief that individual liberty is essential to free government.
Many of the iconic places and powerful traditions that have shaped our civilization are under siege.
U.S. colleges and universities differ in the academic programs, degrees they offer and campus life.
It is the only university in the world where all programs are specifically designed for deaf students.
Crowdfunding harnesses the enthusiasm of social networks to raise money to fund a project.
Business’s social media presence is like a conversation—casual and constantly changing.
Social entrepreneurs see social issues as opportunities to create positive change.
Besides being key to human survival, water is the fuel that drives economic and political stability.
Local actions to counter climate change can serve as a “laboratory” for potential national policies.
The law prohibits discrimination by businesses and governments against people who have disabilities.
Hiring qualified candidates who happen to have a disability has proved good for business.
LGBT youth around the world encounter many significant hardships.
To feed the world we need to reduce the amount of food lost in transit from farms to markets.
Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign encourages American families and communities to lead healthier lives.
Students engineer better drinking water for Detroit.
We cannot solve global challenges unless women participate fully in efforts to find solutions.
Mobile phone technology has connected women and girls to market information and opportunities.
A nongovernment organization in China works to end domestic violence.