Analysis is the first of its kind to examine the career paths of Harvard Business School's black female alumnae

Ursula Burns, chief executive officer of Xerox Corp., speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 19, 2010. Earlier this month Xerox Corp. completed a $6.2 billion purchase of Affiliated Computer Services Inc., the printer-maker's largest acquisition ever. Photographer: Ramin Talaie/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Ursula Burns

Presidents' Day started as a celebration of George Washington's birthday; today, it honors all U.S. presidents.

In the "Constitutional" finale, we address listener questions about the history--and future--of the nation's governing document.

Why do First Amendment rights trump nearly every other right in America? Thank Jehovah's Witnesses.

How we reached a Donald Trump presidency

The final episode of the Presidential podcast is all about division and union.

Barack Obama and the search for identity

Political adviser David Axelrod and biographer David Maraniss discuss how Obama's personal life story has influenced his presidency.

When George W. Bush changed course

The newest episode of the Presidential podcast examines how Bush's presidency marked the beginning of a new chapter in American history.

In the preamble to the U.S. Constitution, the final intention the framers set was to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” And one such blessing they had in mind was privacy. But over time, privacy has become harder and harder to preserve, as new technologies emerge that document our actions and track our interests […]

The passage and then repeal of the 18th Amendment, banning alcohol in America, highlighted the pitfalls of trying to legislate against vice.

Also, his big idea for helping people get past politics to actually work together

In overhauling the tax code, Congress today faces the same question it faced a century ago when creating the modern tax system: What kind of society should America be?

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The Best Places to Work data provide many insights to what is happening in the workplace.

One intention the framers had when creating the U.S. Constitution was to “provide for the common defense.” But who shoulders that duty has not always been so clear.

Porterfield will succeed Walter Isaacson, the best-selling author who has been the institute's president and chief executive since 2003.

Amid a changing social media, technology and cultural environment, H.R.'s unease is about more than whether there could be a Harvey Weinstein on their payroll.

A former Obama official said in a letter announcing her bid that women would be "significant investors in the new company and control its voting stock."

Dr. Francis S. Collins says his management approach has changed over time

What was the original point of the Second Amendment? We examine its colonial and revolutionary roots — plus its quiet companion, the Third Amendment — with renowned American history scholar Gordon Wood.

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In some cases, research shows, it can even make things worse.

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Companies may be adopting salary question bans more broadly, but they don't seem convinced they'll work as intended to address the gender pay gap.

They'll help with hospitality and equipment support at the rapidly growing startup's network of hipster-vibe shared office spaces.

  • Perspective

Don't sit back and let leaders lead, book says. Anyone can influence outcomes and inspire others -- regardless of where they are on the organization chart.

The words "marriage" and "love" appear nowhere in the U.S. Constitution. Yet 50 years ago, the Supreme Court issued a decision that would embed those concepts in the heart of the document itself.

'I created and grew a business. I understand what businesses go through, the ups and downs.'

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