With the federal government potentially heading towards another shutdown at the end of this month, a leading contractor group highlights the disruption that the shutdown will have for its members. Meanwhile, a recent report on the impacts of political uncertainty in government funding underlines these points—and then some.
The English Bridge Union has more than a few rounds of bridge riding on a British High Court case that challenges the definition of what a sport actually is. The group says that current U.K. rules used to define sports for funding purposes are broad enough that bridge deserves a spot at the table.
While refugees fleeing war-torn countries in the Middle East have raised challenges for European countries, members of the International Chamber of Shipping have stepped forward to assist in the humanitarian crisis—despite the risks and high costs. But the group says that European nations should do more to assist in rescue efforts.
Mark Zuckerberg will be forgiven for whiffing his explanation of a “dislike” button. Association execs can't expect the same treatment.
Muslim advocacy groups and the maker movement were quick to speak up for Ahmed Mohamed, the teenager whose his handmade clock led to his arrest. Meanwhile, an education group defended school officials, saying they had a responsibility to ensure safety.
Rather than letting a slight by Joy Behar get them down, the American Nurses Association found a way to turn a foot-in-mouth moment into an opportunity for nurses to show off their stethoscopes.
The Public Affairs Council’s latest report looks at industry reputations and how CEOs can make their case to legislators.
Knowing how to shake hands and give gifts is nice when you go abroad. But good etiquette isn’t the whole of understanding culture.
With service and remembrance increasingly becoming intertwined with the anniversary of September 11, 2001, groups around the country are doing their part to reflect upon and build from those events.
A new Historical Writers Association survey has made it official: Henry VIII of England was history's worst monarch. Don't want to follow in his footsteps? Check out what the organization says are his biggest leadership failings.