TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

Think a conference call with Asia is hard? Try communicating with your wife

Workplaces are increasingly multicultural, meaning there are diverse ideas about how to get things done, communicate, handle conflicts, work in teams and be respectful. But an expert on intercultural communication says one of the most obvious places to see cultural differences in how we interact might be in our own home.

How to win by losing

By now you've heard the news, team USA lost to Germany, 1-0, but by the "quirky" calculus of World Cup competition, it's still in the running.

Is your phone listening to you?

There's a software company in Italy called "The Hacking Team." Guess what kind of service they offer to their customers?

Can Congress control its own monster?

There are now six ongoing investigations - costing $14 million so far -into whether the IRS deliberately withheld tax exemptions from certain conservative groups.

Outsourcing summer

This is the time of year when many parents worry about whether they've chosen the right summer activities for their children.

It's time to stop telling us what to eat

Last week's issue of TIME magazine had a shocking cover - about a story far more important to national security than anything going on in Iraq.

Sobering up

The tone of the Iraq discussion seems to have changed suddenly.

Whose advice to believe

The latest poll shows President Obama has tanked on foreign policy, with about 57 percent of Americans disapproving. So whose foreign policy advice can we trust?

Finally the White House is happy to talk about Benghazi

One of the privileges of being president is that, unlike any other politician in the federal government, you can give a military order.

Dave Ross stars in 'The Mikado'

Another year, another Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society production starring KIRO Radio's finest performer. Dave Ross will play Ko-Ko, The Grand High Executioner of Titipu in "The Mikado" this July at the Bagley Wright Theater in Seattle.

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