Articles by Milligan, Susan
A cell phone designed for small children is just a marketing ploy.
Even after debt deal, Washington's finances are a mess.
Misbehaving parents and football players must learn to be civil—when will Washington learn?
Though the debt crisis has been resolved, many other issues deserve Washington's attention.
From the international perspective, the current standstill over the deficit is reminiscent of the Lewinsky scandal.
While they can look up to the NFL's recent deal as a great lesson in compromise, politicians should remember that they are lawmakers and not athletes.
The debate around Bachmann's migraines and the Wasserman Schultz -- West feud prove the sexist bias women politicians still face.
In the aftermath of a horrific terror attack, Norway responds with peace a renewed commitment to democratic values.
West's rude email to Debbie Wasserman Schultz damages his dignity and image.
Hacking scandal reveals an uneasy interconnectedness of corruption between police, newspapers, and government.