Chip Carter

Chip Carter

20 years in national multi-media

Writer/video producer with 20 years in national multimedia. Huffington Post contributing writer. Specialize in business, science-tech and lifestyle topics but also cover many other verticals.

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Newsweek

Newsweek: The Strength of Steel

When GMC was looking to show off the strengths of the new Sierra, they came to me for a piece on the history and durability of steel. It's pretty strong stuff!

Newsweek

Harper Lee to Publish New Novel 55 Years After Last

This is the first novel published by the reclusive author since the 1960 classic ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.’...

Newsweek

Health Care in Hawai'i: An Agenda for Research and Reform

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Scandals Aside, Making Sense of Bill Clinton’s Presidency

He presided over the Democratic Gilded Age, the century’s only peace-and-prosperity decade without Republicans in charge....

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Jeffrey Garten on Obama's Antibusiness Attitude

As job creation and an economic growth stall, the Obama administration is being criticized not just from all parts of the political spectrum in the U.S. but also from big business, which increasingly believes that the president harbors a thinly camouflaged antibusiness bias....

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Just Because Michelle Wears McQueen Doesn’t Mean Washington Is Having Any Fun

The Obamas were supposed to bring back Camelot—and stop the dreary infighting. But Washington refuses to throw back a cocktail and get stuff done....

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Consumer Credit

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Can Colin Powell Save America?

Crunch time came, Colin Powell later said, when he had to look Raoul Cedras in the eye and make a judgment about his character. It was early Sunday evening. The invasion was launched; the troops were in the air. President Clinton wanted the American delegation--Powell, Jimmy Carter and Sen. Sam...